PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

DOOM on Nintendo Switch was available for some time now, also if demon-killing on-the-go has lost its appeal a little in the last couple of weeks, a new update for its Switch version of the game ought to give some entertaining new strategies to blast demons.

Publisher Bethesda Softworks has announced that a new update has gone live for DOOM about the Nintendo Switch, with the update’s big new features such as the inclusion of movement controls to allow more precise aiming using the Switch in handheld mode.

In addition to motion controls, Bethesda also detailed that it’s included a new party system for the game’s multiplayer style to allow players to set up easily and find matches.

Lastly, the game’s home icon in the Switch menu also has turned into a brand new look to reflect the game’s box art, whereas the update also contains some alterations on a technical degree, such as resolution adjustments, crash repairs, CPU optimizations, and more for your Switch variant of the game.

DOOM is available now on the Nintendo Switch, and is also accessible on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For a look in the patch notes from the update, you can read on below:

New Attributes

  • Motion Aiming — New controller scheme option Enables You to tilt the Nintendo Switch for more precise aiming
  • Multiplayer Parties — Added new party system, making it easier to group up and play along with your friends in multiplayer
  • Upgraded Game Icon — Game icon today matches the DOOM for Nintendo Switch boxart

Improvements

  • Increased the average resolution in lower-res areas of the game
  • Implemented CPU optimizations
  • Additional Traditional Chinese language assistance

Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in a possible crash when using the BFG
  • Fixed a problem that caused audio issues while playing
  • Fixed an issue that triggered stretched textures to arise at multiplayer
  • Fixed a problem where controllers became unresponsive on the game menu
  • Fixed a problem where players may have wrongly received a ban notice from multiplayer

DOOM on Nintendo Switch Gets New Update Adding Motion Controls, Party Support, and More

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