Around the time of this year's QuakeCon, Bethesda announced DOOM, DOOM II and DOOM 3 would all be made available on the Switch eShop. Unfortunately, it all went to hell, when players discovered the original two games required a Bethesda.net login to play.
Bethesda quickly responded to the uproar via social media, explaining how the login requirement was included for its Slayers Club and was meant to be optional. Now, in the latest update, the video game giant has officially deployed a patch for the re-releases on the Switch, that fixes the issue:
In a follow-up message, the company said it was working on a "more permanent fix" to further reduce the visibility of the optional login, but did not have an estimated release for this patch just yet.
Will you be returning to these classic games now that this issue has been resolved? Tell us below.