Doom, Doom 2, and Doom 3have now officially been released for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.
As reported earlier by Nintendo Life, Doom, Doom 2, and Doom 3 were all spotted on the Nintendo Switch UK website earlier today. While they were not available for purchase, the listings contained a full breakdown of each title and referenced their first appearances on the Nintendo Switch. It seemed that they would soon be added to the Nintendo Switch’s digital library.
Now, we can confirm that these games have been re-released on the Nintendo Switch as well as the PS4 and Xbox One. Doom and Doom 2 will set you back $4.99 apiece while Doom 3 clocks in at $9.99.
Each game features all associated official content including the 4th chapter for Doom and 20 community-made Doom 2 stages featured in the Master Levels expansion. Doom 3, meanwhile, features the Resurrection of Evil and Lost Missions expansions.
Many people, ourselves included, consider Doom to be one of the most important games ever made (if for no other reason than because it introduced a shotgun that changed how game developers approached combat). Doom 2 is a fairly by-the-books, but well-made, sequel. Doom 3 is perhaps best remembered for its glorious E3 reveal and the controversy that followed its initial hype. It ended up becoming a pretty great game, though.
These re-releases should at least help fill the void between now and the release of Doom Eternal.
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