With Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus set to hit the Nintendo Switch later this week, the question that some people have been is asking still remains unanswered: What about the first game? Well, according to Panic Button’s Adam Creighton, the people behind the port for Wolfenstein II and DOOM, it’s unfortunately not in the cards at the moment.
Speaking to GameSpot, Creighton puts the ball in Bethesda’s court when it comes to bringing Wolfenstein: The New Order, or it’s standalone prequel, The Old Blood, to Nintendo’s console. “It’s [up to] them and Nintendo as to what would work for the platform,” Creighton said. “I think it’ll be interesting to see how [The New Colossus is] received right after it launches at the end of the month and what Bethesda does from there.”
That being said, Creighton states that Panic Button are “totally up for anything” should Bethesda have any plans to bring those two games to the Switch. Creighton also confirmed that The New Colossus will not ship to the Switch with any of the existing DLC, saying “Bethesda is going to look at what the reaction is in the market, what people want.”
It’s not all bad news at this time, however. In case you’ve been under a rock, Steam is having it’s annual “taking your money” Summer Sale, where you can grab The Old Blood and The New Order in a two-pack with a nice 50% discount until July 5th.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus hits the Nintendo Switch June 29th.