DOOM's appeared on more consoles than we can count at this point. Considered to be one of the most widely ported games of all-time, Doom (2016) jumped over to Nintendo Switch back in 2017 and soon enough, Doom, Doom II, Doom 3: BFG Edition and Doom 64 all followed.
Now, it looks like these games are getting a new physical release on Switch. Calling this the Doom Slayers Collection, a listing was spotted on Best Buy (thanks VGC) which includes all five games. If true, this could time up as a QuakeCon 2021 announcement, which begins later today.
DOOM Slayers Collection Gets Listed For Nintendo Switch
It'd match up with previous releases if true, as Bethesda previously released a similar Doom Slayers Collection for PS4 and Xbox One back in 2019. However, unlike this upcoming Switch release, those did not include Doom 64, which was only re-released in time for Doom Eternal's 2020 launch.
If true, we can likely expect a Doom announcement alongside Quake later today. Bethesda's initial QuakeCon schedule referenced a "revitalised Quake" with assistance from MachineGames, who previously rebooted Wolfenstein and are developing the upcoming Indiana Jones project. We'll keep you informed as we learn more.
Source: Nintendo Life