Back in 2016, Bethesda announced that they would be rebooting the Doom franchise with a brand new game, which was also titled Doom. Fast forward two years later, it looks like Bethesda has a new Doom game in the works that they have officially announced at E3 2018 in the form of DOOM Eternal.
Back in 2005, a movie based on the Doom video game franchise was launched. Saying it was not well-received would be an understatement, but it seems that Universal isn’t giving up on Doom just yet. Fast forward 13 years later, the studio has confirmed to Variety that a new Doom movie is in the works.
When the latest title in the DOOM franchise was released in 2016, it made its way onto your typical platforms, such as the PC, Xbox One, and PS4. However last year the game also found its way onto the Switch, which given the hybrid nature of the console was a very interesting choice for Bethesda.
While the original DOOM released back in the day might not have been particularly scary, its newer titles are, possibly thanks to the improved graphics and textures and the lessons and experiences gained over the years. So you can imagine that playing DOOM in VR will probably kick things up a notch.
Sony’s lineup of PlayStation VR bundles is steadily increasing. Merely days after launching the Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation VR bundle, Sony today announced the launch of its Doom VFR PSVR bundle. The bundle has been announced as the release date for Doom VFR closes in. It’s going to vault players into an entirely new gameplay experience that’s built for virtual reality.
It is safe to say that when Bethesda announced that DOOM and Wolfenstein II would be arriving on the Nintendo Switch, many were surprised. We know that the publisher was already supporting the Switch with Skyrim, but to see the company bring more of its big titles onto the platform was certainly a pleasant surprise.
Recently Bethesda announced that they will be bringing DOOM onto the Nintendo Switch, which means that DOOM will now be playable across pretty much all platforms which includes the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. So the question is, which platform is DOOM the “best” to play on in terms of graphics?
Bethesda confirmed last month that Doom would be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. The company didn’t say at the time precisely when the game will be released for Nintendo’s gaming console. It has confirmed that today, finally. Doom is going to be landing on the Nintendo Switch in November.
As you might have heard, Bethesda recently announced that they will be bringing the 2016 DOOM reboot onto the Nintendo Switch. This is a pretty huge deal and we’re sure that there will be quite a few Switch gamers who will appreciate the move. However it seems that there will some caveats that gamers might want to take note of.
There have been some who argue that Nintendo’s consoles are more about playing party games and that maybe it isn’t really a console for the “hardcore” gamers. While we suppose there’s nothing wrong with being seen as a family-friendly console, hardcore gamers who want more “serious” games might want to take note of Bethesda’s latest announcement.
Earlier this year during E3 2017, the folks at Bethesda announced a trio of existing IPs that would be given the virtual reality (VR) treatment. This included DOOM VFR, Skyrim VR, and Fallout 4 VR. However during the announcement, Bethesda did not confirm when these titles will be released, at least until now.
To say that Doom is a popular game would be an understatement. It has a pretty robust global fan following and for good reason, it’s a great game. Those who have been thinking about purchasing the game but would like to try it out first will be happy that Doom is free this weekend for PlayStation Plus members. All PlayStation 4 owners who subscribe to PlayStation Plus can play Doom […]
Alongside with Wolfenstein and Quake, Doom was one of the early FPS titles available on the PC that helped popularize the FPS genre. If you’re someone who wouldn’t mind owning a piece of that franchise and its history, you might be interested to learn that Doom’s designer John Romero has put up the original Doom 2 floppy disks up for auction.
In case the idea of being able to play Fallout 4 in virtual reality (VR) wasn’t enough, not to worry because you’ll now be able to experience another Bethesda game in VR, and that comes in the form of DOOM. Announced during E3 2017 as DOOM: VFR, this basically puts players right in the center of the action.