One of the best first-person shooters of all time, Doom Eternal, is finally available on Nintendo Switch, allowing players to experience a thrilling demon hunt in motion. The wait was longer than expected and the retail version was completely scrapped, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be happy with the Switch port. It’s even amazing that they were able to put this game on Nintendo’s hybrid system!

The hunter Rka has returned and is more evil than ever. She is armed to the teeth with a list of fancy weapons specifically designed to bring the army back from hell to hell. This time, demons have invaded Earth, and the Slayer is humanity’s last hope for survival.

The smooth 2016 relaunch of the Doom franchise was an immediate success. It combines what made the original games great – fast, fluid shooting mechanics and a wide variety of weapons – with modern graphics and a story that tells one of the best shooting stories of all time. While Doom Eternal doesn’t reinvent the wheel, which it does exceptionally well, and that made me wonder which of the two games is better.

Short answer: I love them both equally, and if you’re a fan of Doom 2016, I’m sure you’ll fall in love with the Doom Eternalsequel.

The game was released on other platforms in March this year, but Nintendo Switch players had to wait until the end of the year. Switch owners have no doubt seen how well the game is going. It was nominated for Game of the Year and won the award for Best PC Action Game in 2020. We’ve already heard the praise for this game, but how does it perform on a small hybrid console?

The port of the Doom Eternal switch was managed by Panic Button, the company previously responsible for the Doom port and the Wolfenstein port for the switch. All of these games work great on console and Doom Eternal is no different. It is to be applauded that the panic button can carry such a title on a low power switch. As players move on to the next generation of gaming consoles, the Nintendo Switch, which is almost four years old, is still capable of handling big AAA games with the right optimization.

Unfortunately, the Switch port is probably the worst version of the game. I’ve played the game on my Switch and PS4 bases, and I’ve seen the game run on a high-end PC, and the Switch game is definitely not as good as the others. With many gamers switching to the PS5 or Xbox Series X, two incredible pieces of gaming hardware, Doom Eternal on these new systems, will far surpass the Switch port in terms of graphics.

The port on switch Doom Eternal doesn’t look bad though. It’s always playable, and if you live in a nintendo only home, the game will always look good. It’s only when we play side-by-side with other versions of the game that we start to see the cracks. Fortunately, it seems that the graphical downgrade only affects the game’s textures and lighting. As for the frame rate, I didn’t notice any degradation during the ten hours I played the campaign – and that goes for both the pocket and the dock. It operates at a constant speed of 30 frames per second in all campaign modes.

What the Doom Eternal lacks on the Switch (better graphics and higher frame rate), it makes up for in portability and gyro. The wizards of Panic Button deserve credit for bringing one of the biggest games of 2020 to a portable console. It may not be the prettiest version of the game, but it’s certainly one of the Exchange’s prettiest games.

The gyroscopic controls on the Switch work very well and can be used in conjunction with the directional levers of the Joy-Con controls. Personally, I haven’t used this feature often, but it’s nice to have it when I need it. If you’re a Splatoon 2 player, you’ll no doubt feel comfortable with the game’s precision gyros.

Doom Eternal has a great heavy metal-inspired soundtrack that fits perfectly with the chaos on screen. The demonic moans of pain combined with the gunshots sound all the better with the hum of the guitar and the beating of the drum in the background.

The game also features an online multiplayer battle mode that pits two player-controlled demons against a fully armed fighter. I am happy to report that everything went well for me and there are no performance issues. It took some time to find a game though, but that’s probably because not many people play it on Switch.

In Doom Eternal, there are many collectibles as secrets to be found in the various levels, giving the game a lot of replay value, especially for players who get a double benefit here with the gate change. So if you like to explore in your games, then this game has a lot to offer.

Panic Button performs yet another miracle here, bringing one of the best games of 2020 to Nintendo’s hybrid system. It may not be the prettiest version of the game, but it’s still one of The Exchange’s prettiest games. Doom Eternal is a masterpiece in the first-person shooting genre, and being able to put it on the street is an absolute technical marvel. If you’ve never played this game or are looking for a reason to do a double dip, this version is fantastic.

Eternal control of destiny
  • Charts – 8/10
  • Sound – 9/10
  • Game – 10/10
  • Last call – 9/10


Final thoughts : EXAMPLES

The wizards of Panic Button have once again made it impossible to transport one of the greatest and best shooters of 2020, perhaps of all time, by giving Switch owners the ability to hunt demons anywhere, anytime. It’s time to shed a tear with the Eternal Lot on the way.

Tony has been playing since he could walk. Pokémon Blue Version helped him learn to read. His greatest accomplishment is not only that he played the entire Kingdom Hearts series, but that he understood it.


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