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DOOM, DOOM II And DOOM 3 Now Available On Nintendo Switch

Bethesda Softworks has revealed that DOOM (1993), DOOM II (Classic), and DOOM 3 are now available on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide.

This was planned as a surprise announcement at QuakeCon 2019 to celebrate the demon-blasting shooter’s 25th anniversary, but had leaked ahead of time on the Nintendo eShop.

DOOM (1993)

Price: $4.99

Celebrate DOOM’s 25th anniversary with the re-release of the original DOOM (1993). First released in 1993, DOOM introduced millions of gamers to the fast-paced, white-knuckle, demon-slaying action the franchise is known for.

Experience the classic demon-blasting fun that popularized the genre home or on-the-go.

DOOM (1993) includes:
– The expansion, Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed, with 9 additional action-packed levels
– Local 4 player deathmatch
– Local 4 player co-op

DOOM II (Classic)

Price: $4.99

Celebrate DOOM’s 25th anniversary with the re-release of DOOM II. This beloved sequel to the groundbreaking DOOM (1993) gave players the brutal Super Shotgun to bear against deadlier demons, and the infamous boss, the Icon of Sin.

Battle the demon hordes at home or on-the-go on Nintendo Switch.

The re-release of DOOM II includes:
– The Master Levels, 20 additional levels made by the community and supervised by the developers
– Local 4 player multiplayer
– Local 4 player co-op

To save Earth, you must descend into the depths of hell, survive demon hordes, and take part in the fiercest battle ever.

DOOM 3

Price: $9.99

Celebrate DOOM’s 25th anniversary with the release of DOOM 3, available for the first time on Nintendo consoles.

In this critically acclaimed action-horror re-telling of the original DOOM, players must battle their way through a demon-infested facility before entering the abyss to battle Hell’s mightiest warrior – and put an end to the invasion.

DOOM 3 includes the Resurrection of Evil and The Lost Missions expansion packs.

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