Digital Foundry – Doom Eternal analysis

Digital Foundry – Doom Eternal analysis

Digital Foundry examined the ultra-violent and acclaimed DOOM Eternal on the Nintendo Switch.

The team have come away impressed by what Panic Button managed to achieve with the hybrid platform. The game’s resolution maxes out in docked mode at 720p-540p and in handheld is between 612p -360p. Digital Foundry says that a 30fps frame-rate is maintained most of the time. 


Closing thoughts

Not only that, it’s clearly some of the finest work Panic Button has done yet. It exhibits many of the same sacrifices as its prior ports, but offers a considerably smoother overall frame-rate while improving resolution over the Wolfenstein titles.

The fact that it delivers a near locked 30 frames per second experience versus the unstable results of the prior games is a huge achievement, especially when you factor in how much more challenging Doom Eternal is to convert across in the first place.

Ultimately, this is Doom Eternal… and now it’s available to play on a handheld.

About Doom Eternal


Hell’s armies have invaded Earth. Become the Slayer in an epic single-player campaign to conquer demons across dimensions and stop the final destruction of humanity in DOOM Eternal for Nintendo Switch.

The only thing they fear … is you.


Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power in DOOM Eternal – the next leap in first-person combat powered by idTech 7. Armed with a shoulder-mounted flamethrower, wrist-mounted blade, upgraded guns, new abilities and more, you’re the greatest demon slayer in existence.


Take what you need from your enemies. Glory Kill demons to recover health, incinerate them to receive armour and cut them down with the Chainsaw to stock up on ammo.


Improve your aim with a control option that allows you to aim using gyro controls. The option can be used in conjunction with the control stick for the perfect blend of immersion and accuracy.


A new 2 versus 1 multiplayer experience pits a fully-armed DOOM Slayer against two player-controlled demons, fighting it out in a best-of-five round match of intense first-person combat.