Wolfenstein II launches on Switch this week, and if it's anything like DOOM, then we're in for a treat. The port will be handled by the same studio that converted both DOOM and Rocket League to Nintendo's console - Panic Button - and given the high praise Wolfenstein has received on other formats, it's hard not to be excited about the prospect of portable Nazi-slaying.
But could we see the previous MachineGames-made Wolfenstein titles - 2014's The New Order and 2015's standalone DLC The Old Blood - also make their way to Switch? Given that Nintendo fans are missing out on the full story, it would be a good idea, right?
Panic Button studio head Adam Creighton was popped this very question by GameSpot, and said:
That's a Bethesda discussion, honestly. It's [up to] them and Nintendo as to what would work for the platform. 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.
When pressed on the chances of either game currently being in active development at Panic Button, Creighton replied:
Not currently. Not that I know of, but Bethesda may have other plans. And we on the Panic Button side are totally up for anything.
Would you like to see the previous titles released on Switch, perhaps in a bundle, or individually as digital downloads? Let us know with a comment.