Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are heading to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo revealed in a Nintendo Direct live stream today. SEE ALSO: 'Super Mario 64' is now an online game, whether Nintendo likes it or not The upcoming game Wolfenstein II will be coming to the Nintendo Switch at a to-be-announced date in 2018. We are thrilled to announce that Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will arrive on #NintendoSwitch in 2018! #Wolf2 pic.twitter.com/tl3BmabB5u Wolfenstein II is coming out on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in October, so the Switch version is a little late to the game.
Nintendo held a Nintendo Direct livestream yesterday and made a slew of announcements for its upcoming games. The Japanese gaming firm shared new gameplay videos, trailers and even a new Switch bundle for "Super Mario Odyssey." "Super Mario Odyssey" is still set to arrive for the Nintendo Switch on Oct. 27, but Nintendo shared some new tidbits about the upcoming game. First, the company showed a new gameplay video confirming new worlds that are available to explore. Nintendo also confirmed that players of "Super Mario Odyssey" will be able to customize Mario by having him wear new clothes.
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Panic Button, the developer responsible for the Nintendo Switch port of "Wolfenstein II," has revealed whether or not it plans to bring other "Wolfenstein" games to the relatively new console. On Monday, GameSpot published a report containing the things Panic Button disclosed during its interview with the developer at E3 2018. Studio head Adam Creighton disclosed that while they are excited to introduce the "Wolfenstein" experience into the Switch with the launch of the "Wolfenstein II" port, there are still no plans to bring other "Wolfenstein" games to the platform. Hence, fans who are hoping for "Wolfenstein: The New Order" and the standalone prequel "The Old Blood" to come to the Nintendo Switch should wait a bit longer. Panic Button does not have immediate plans to come up with their Switch ports at present.