Bethesda really want you to play DOOM Eternal, and who can blame them?
They have enlisted Panic Button again who did the previous ports for DOOM (2016), Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
For the massive games that they are, the ports were pretty darn good. So while it will likely still not be the best way to play the game, it gives the mobility option that only Switch can bring.
Even better, it is only a week away.
Motion Aiming arrives for DOOM Eternal on Nintendo Switch, with a control option that allows you to aim using gyro controls.
The option can be used in conjunction with the control stick for the perfect blend of immersion and accuracy.