When video game fans got Bethesda titles like "DOOM" and "Skyrim" on the Nintendo Switch, it was great for many reasons. Not only was the Switch receiving the kind of support it needed to prove to everyone that it was a force to be reckoned with, but gamers (especially Nintendo junkies) were also able to stomp on aliens and slay dragons outside of their homes.

Now, another well-known title is coming to the Switch. Publisher Bethesda has revealed that "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" will hit the hybrid console's library on June 29.

Time to shoot even more Nazis

The Switch version of "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" was known of, for quite a while, but a date was never given. The game was originally announced back in September alongside "DOOM," except the only difference is that everyone knew when "DOOM" was dropping. "Wolfenstein II" picks up the story where BJ Terror Billy Blazkowicz (that's you) and his crew of revolutionaries are attempting to abolish the Nazi Empire. With your guts, guns and sheer determination, you go on the sole mission of murdering every Nazi in your way and potentially spark another American Revolution.

According to a video by IGN, fans had the chance of playing the first-person shooter at PAX East and the general consensus was that it plays very well on Nintendo's tablet.

It's just more of the head capping, tomahawk throwing, blood gushing action that everyone is well aware of. Except it is on a Nintendo console, which makes the dark, gory game even more attractive.

The trade-offs

In order to make this game a reality in the hybrid console, Bethesda is once again co-developing the game with Panic Button, the same studio that co-developed "DOOM." According to an article by Polygon, the port of "DOOM" was having a hard time trying to stay put at 720P resolution and sometimes the frames would be dropping below 30 frames per second.

Nevertheless, everyone still agrees that the Switch does a fantastic job of being able to run the game in the first place.

Bethesda stated that this new version of "Wolfenstein II" will include the "complete, uncensored, award-winning story and signature gameplay," but keeping in mind how "DOOM" performed, it is to be expected that the original performance of the game is going to be watered down.

But the trade-offs are understandable. The point of all of this is that this game can be played on the go, and that is Switch's biggest advantage over its competition.

However, if Bethesda and Panic Button are able to port over "Wolfenstein II" without comprising the game's performance, heads will turn.