Publisher and Developer Bethesda Softworks along with Developer Machine Games will be coming up with Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. it will be the eighth installment in the Wolfenstein series and a sequel to the Wolfenstein The New Order.
As it is one of the most awaited games of 2017 majority of the gamers want to know how will the game perform on different platforms. it is already confirmed that PS4 Pro and Xbox One X will be getting enhancements so you can expect to get top graphical quality with good framerates.
The PC port of the game will be getting special treatment and has been confirmed that there will be no Cap on the framerates on PC meaning more powerful systems will be getting more FPS and resolution.
Now when things come to big games on Nintendo Switch many people look it with a skepticism as the hybrid portable console is not very powerful. but according to one of the devs of the game, it will be running with easy on the Switch.
Gamespot in an interview asked Machines Games creative director Jens Matthie was asked about the details of the game on Switch to which he replied.
“We just want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to play the game. So any platform that can run the game, we want to be on. And it seems intriguing to me to have it portable and all that stuff. But the experience itself, it doesn’t really matter what kind of platform you’re on, it’s still the same game.”
Further, he was asked what experience players can expect from the game on Switch? he replied
“I think a good reference point would be Doom. Because it’s the same engine. It will be whatever Doom is capable of, that is what Wolfenstein is capable of.”
Bethesda has been trying to port as many games as possible onto Nintendo Switch after the huge success of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. currently with the New Colossus, Doom, and Skyrim the American game publisher will now have 3 games on the portable console.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is scheduled to release on 27 October 2017 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. but the Nintendo Switch port will be arriving somewhere in 2018. for more information, you can visit the official website or the steam store page.