UPDATE, OCTOBER 8: The latest Doom Eternal delay announcement from Bethesda also brought news about the upcoming re-release of Doom 64, which was first suspected to be exclusive to Nintendo Switch. Turns out this isn't the case after all.
The announcement says that Doom 64 will be available on both PC and home consoles, and that the game is being added to Doom Eternal as a pre-order bonus on all platforms. Doom 64 is set to launch on the same day as Eternal, on 20th of March. A fair wait ahead, it seems.
ORIGINAL: Doom 64 is getting re-released on Nintendo Switch on November 22, but fans of this alternative take on the classic FPS are hoping to play it on other platforms, too. It's only natural, given the fact that Doom has been ported to everything under the sun.
Good news is that evidence is mounting that we may get Doom 64 on PC, too, as the official Doom Twitter account said that it'd be neat if this were the case.
When asked whether Doom 64 will get released on any gaming platform other than Switch, the official Doom Twitter responded with a suspicious positivity. The response is rather neutral, though, so it really could go either way.
What gives this idea more credence is the fact that Doom 64 got rated for a PC release via PEGI. It is unlikely that a rating would be given if Bethesda had no plans to release the game on other platforms, so we're leaning towards optimism in this particular case.
As always, keep this in mind with a pinch of salt at hand, but we've got a sneaking suspicion that another Doom 64 announcement may be coming our way sometime in the future.