We know Wolfenstein II: The new colossus has been coming to Nintendo Switch for a while, but until that point we did not know exactly when. Now publisher Bethesda announced on June 29 that the shooter port will launch.
The switch version will be the "complete, uncensored" game, according to Bethesda, and the company has just released the first official gameplay footage of Nintendo's hybrid console game. Look at that above.
The port is handled by Panic Button, the same studio responsible for bringing another visually intense first-person shooter, Doom, to the switch. Earlier this month, we got our first hands-on opportunity with the switch version of Wolfenstein II at PAX East 201
We have recently learned that the physical switch version of The New Colossus requires an additional download to run. This is not unusual for switch games, but it may mean that you need a Micro SD card to play the cassette version. The port costs $ 60 in the US, international prices are not yet known.
Wolfenstein II was originally released in October 2017 and was one of the most acclaimed games of the year. GameSpot's Kallie Plagge gave him a rating of 9/10 in our review of Wolfenstein II and said, "Despite some ponderous moments that feel like missteps in their message, the satisfying Nazi killing action reinforces their utterly crazy story in a way that only Wolfenstein can reach. "