Peter Hines, Bethesda’s Senior vice-president of PR and marketing, told the Guardian that Bethesda will bring games to the Switch as long as they fit well with the system and there’s demand.
Here are his full comments:
Truth be told, I do not know. We’ve talked about that and we’ve thought about it, but as you’ve just seen at Bethesda Game Studios, we’re very busy. id has four different properties underway now: Quake Champions is still in early access, but Rage 2 and the work they are doing for it, and then you know, a lot of people are working on Doom Eternal.
If we had things that we thought would fit Switch and we thought there would be demand, we would, but we are also looking for things for the future that could be a good option. I think it’s an incredible console. I brought mine with me, so it’s something we obviously want to continue to support with whatever we’re doing as long as it fits well in Switch.
In the same interview, Hines mentioned that Bethesda is changing their approach to making single player games.