Doom Adds Motion Controls And Party Support For Nintendo Switch

Posted: Feb 21 2018, 11:02am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Doom Adds Motion Controls and Party Support for Nintendo Switch
  • Doom Gains the Motion Control Feature on Nintendo Switch Update

Doom becomes one of the games to be updated to Motion Control which will have motion aiming

Gamers were so happy when Bethesda released Doom on Nintendo Switch in November. One of the main features that everyone has come to love about any game on Nintendo Switch is that it is portable.

With hits like Doom, it is an additional bonus. Game developers have been developing their games for Nintendo Switch gameplay. Almost every day, a new game is announced to release on Nintendo Switch.

One thing we have not been hearing as frequently is the updates that the games have been coming on Nintendo. Bethesda and Nintendo Switch has brought the new update for Doom and it is exciting.

The update will make use of the Motion Control. Once a gamer has updated the game, they will find the ability to toggle “motion aiming” in the menu.

This ability is already used in Splatoon 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It utilizes the built-in gyroscope of the Joy-Con for more precise aiming.

Many expert gamers have tested out the new motion control by disconnecting the Joy-Cons from the system and aiming with the toggle.

They found out that the aiming target was much more convenient and accurate in this mode.

Aiming with the Joy-Cons have been reported to be uncomfortable in portable mode. The size of the Joy-Con is not a perfect fit for everyone and aiming accurately become difficult.

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