Doom Eternal, the follow-up to the Doom (2016), has received a delay for its release date. It was initially supposed to come out this November, however, according to id Software, further polishment was required in order to make the game up to the standards of the fans.
Doom Eternal will come out on March 20, 2020. Even though it was initially announced to be releasing on all the consoles at once, new information states the release date for the Switch will come at a later date.
Doom 64, on the other hand, will come together with the game as a pre-order bonus for all the platform, so if you are eager to get your hands on the classic of the franchise, it’s better to make up your mind and pre-order it before the official launch date.
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