Doom Eternal on Nintendo Switch will be "a little later" than the other versions
The launch of Doom Eternal was scheduled for 2019, but id Software and Bethesda made the decision to delay it until next March 20. That is the date when it will be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC. However, the Nintendo Switch version will go on sale later, as was already known. The developers have not specified anything more concrete, although they point out that the delay will not be long compared to the other versions. They want Panic Button, responsible for adapting the game to the hybrid of Kyoto, have enough time to polish the experience to the fullest.
In an interview with Nintendo Everything, Marty Stratton, executive producer of Doom Eternal, stressed that the game will arrive on Nintendo Switch “a little later” than the other versions. “This is so simply because we want to finish it on these platforms and give Panic Button – our partners in this – the time they need to introduce the improvements in the Switch version. It won’t be a huge delay, but we haven’t announced any launch windows yet. ” The manager emphasizes that they are “fantastic partners”, since he considers them “platform masters”.