UPDATE: July 26, 2019, 12:58 p.m. EDT
DOOM, DOOM II, and DOOM 3 are now available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One following an announcement during QuakeCon Friday.
The first two DOOM games are available for $4.99 and DOOM 3 is available for $9.99.
The reveal of the three games coming to modern consoles was spoiled a few hours earlier when they were listed on Nintendo’s UK site, which we reported on. The original story follows.
DOOM, DOOM II, and DOOM 3 are all coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop, according to listings that have since been removed on Nintendo’s UK site. NintendoLife noticed the listings, which said all three games were coming to the eShop on Friday.
We grabbed a screenshot of the listing for the original 1993 DOOM before it was taken down:
According to information on the listings, the first two DOOM games are being priced at £3.99 and DOOM 3 at £7.99, which is pretty reasonable for these iconic first-person shooters. The games are currently unavailable on the Nintendo Switch eShop, but it’s possible they’ll arrive later in the day.
The release of these three games would line up with QuakeCon, a yearly convention currently happening in Texas that celebrates games from Id Software including the DOOM series. It’s possible that the Nintendo UK site prematurely listed the games ahead of QuakeCon announcement.
Nintendo did not immediately respond to Mashable’s request for comment.
DOOM and DOOM II on the Nintendo Switch will both include local four-player deathmatch and co-op, and all three games include bonus levels that were included on various expansion packs, according to the listings.
The listings all included a line about celebrating the 25th anniversary of DOOM, which first came out on MS-DOS in December 1993 and has since seen releases on about a dozen different platforms, including the Game Boy Advance and SNES. Those are just the official releases, though — modders have famously ported DOOM to almost every imaginable piece of technology, including a graphing calculator.
DOOM II followed DOOM in 1994, which followed the events of the first game. DOOM 3 arrived in 2004 for Microsoft Windows and was a reboot of the series.
Keep an eye out for news, DOOM fans.