Why we love it Released just last year, Doom was a powerhouse on PS4 and Xbox One. This Switch version is undoubtedly a technical downgrade but retains the pace, action and spirit of the game.
The difference is mostly in the resolution, which can look comparatively blurry on the Switch in both handheld and TV modes. And to get the game running on the less powerful hardware, the developer dropped the frame rate from the previous 60 to 30 FPS. However, due to the sheer pace of the game, this isn’t as big of a problem as you might think.
Doom ripples on the Switch, with the action still feeling brutally fast and endlessly satisfying. It’s such an immersive “pure” single player shooter that we’ve had for many years. Perhaps what’s most surprising and welcome is how well an FPS controls the Switch in handheld mode. A great game, well worth the technical trade-off if you want to play it on the go, and a promising sign that FPS can find a home on Switch.
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