Bethesda recently confirmed at the Nintendo Direct that two more games would be installed on #Nintendo Switch. These games are “Doom” and “Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.” The “Doom” game will be on Nintendo Switch this coming holiday season, featuring an online multiplayer mode as well as the single-player campaign. “Wolfstein 2: The New Colossus”, on the other hand, will come to the console next year.

After many years of development, "Doom" finally launched last year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game brings players to Mars and allows them to play the role of an unnamed marine who needs to fight evil armies from the Union Aerospace Corporation.

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The game also features traversal settings, character upgrades, and the ability to perform "glory kills" executions. However, it will not feature the SnapMap level editor. Because of this, players can no longer create and share their maps.

"Wolfstein 2," was finally revealed at the 2017 E3. The latest sequel follows the events of the previous game where the Nazi's won the Second World War back in 1961. The upcoming game is scheduled for release on October 27 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

'Skyrim' released date for Switch revealed

GameSpot mentioned on their post that Nintendo has also confirmed that “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" will be released for the Switch on November 17. Bethesda first teased the game during Nintendo’s initial announcement in October 2016.

At the 2017 E3, Bethesda claimed that "Skyrim" on Nintendo will include items from the "Legend of Zelda." The game's gameplay showed that it would feature a Master Sword, the Champion’s Tunic, and Hylian shield from “Zelda: Breath of the Wild.” Furthermore, the game will also be compatible with amiibo.

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‘XenoBlade Chronicles 2’ release date announced

During the Nintendo Direct event, the company announced that “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” will be launched in the United States on December 1. The game will feature a protagonist named Rex who looks for a world called Elysium. The upcoming "Xenoblade" sequel will be played as an open world video game featuring new worlds and new characters.

New 'Mario Odyssey' bundle

A new "#Super Mario Odyssey" bundle for Nintendo Switch is also for release on October 27. The package will include a copy of the game along with a pair of red Joy-Con controllers, a "Mario Odyssey" case. The “Super Mario Odyssey” will be released with the trio "Mario Odyssey" and amiibo.

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