The responsible developers behind “Doom”, the id Software guys, continue to work on optimizing the switch version of the Demon Shooter. So now a new patch has been announced.
The horror-Ballerei “Doom” was ported with well one and a half years delay, after the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One-Version, also for the Nintendo Switch. The makers of id Software, however, continue to work on the implementation for the handheld hybrid.
The first update already made the 1.1, which at the time already alone eight gigabytes on the scales brought, as we reported. Now the developers have announced another patch via Twitter (see below). Whether the new all-round renewal will be as heavyweight, is still as unknown as the full patch notes.
After all, the software company confirmed that the patch will deal with the management of audio problems, menu fixes and more. You want to tell more details, if you are closer to the publication of the patch. The update is expected to be unleashed this month.
We’ll be releasing an upcoming patch for #DOOM on #NintendoSwitch this month. We’ll provide full patch notes – covering audio issues, menu fixes, and more – as we get closer to release. pic.twitter.com/0YyJ9OTqzK
— DOOM (@DOOM) February 9, 2018