Steep Port Officially Cancelled, Doom: Eternal on Nintendo Switch, and more!

Since the announcement of DOOM: Eternal, a sequel to 2016’s praised DOOM reboot, was made at E3 we were left with one question. Nintendo Switch? After DOOM Eternal’s first major trailer, fans were left disappointed to see no Nintendo Switch logo beside the other systems. However, Nintendo fans remained hopeful.

DOOM has always supported Nintendo platforms back with it’s first release. Now fans were happy to know that the next big game in the DOOM franchise will indeed be coming to the Switch! Further backing it up, Panic Button themselves retweeted the Tweet above pretending to be surprised by this. They, of course, will be in charge of bringing the game over to Switch. As a reminder, DOOM Eternal will launch on all platforms in 2019.

The next bit of news involves the supposed Steep port for Switch. Until yesterday, Steep was still listed to be coming eventually to Nintendo Switch but unfortunately that does not seem like the case anymore.

When Fifty One Fifty on Twitter asked Steep regarding the announced Switch port, they replied admitting it was cancelled saying they wanted to “focus on bringing new live content and challenges to Steep players instead.” The Switch port was teased way back at the Nintendo Switch January 2017 Presentation. I’m sorry to say this Steep fans!

Out of nowhere, Nintendo suddenly confirmed that Mega Evolution will be incorporated into Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Eevee via Twitter.

As explained in the Tweet above, you can Mega Evolve a Pokémon once each battle with a Key Stone and corresponding Mega Stone. As a reminder, Pokémon Let’s Go will be releasing on November 16th.

Thank you for reading, be sure to share this article with everyone you know who loves Nintendo. Have a fantastic weekend 🙂 

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