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It shouldn’t be a surprise at this point, but Doom Eternal will receive multiple updates next year. ID Software, the game’s developer, shared a message on Twitter detailing plans for Doom Eternal in 2021 and thanking fans for their continued support through 2020. The Doom Eternal team, which has been working on the game from home for the past
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When it was announced in 2017 that DOOM (2016) would be making its way to the Switch, many gamers were skeptical. At that point, first-person controls didn’t feel very good when using the Switch’s Joy-Cons. However, the developers over at Id Software managed to figure it out by taking advantage of the Switch’s gyro-aiming which
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After months of silence regarding the Switch port of DOOM Eternal, Bethesda and id Software has today finally announced when this year’s highly-regarded shooter will be heading to the Nintendo platform. Revealed alongside a new trailer, DOOM Eternal will finally be landing on Switch one week from tomorrow on December 8. As it was previously detailed, Bethesda
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At the recent Jeffries Interactive Entertainment Virtual Conference, Microsoft Xbox‘s CFO Tim Stuart indicated that future Bethesda Softworks titles will likely arrive on Xbox’s ecosystem of platforms before others or even be better than those other versions available. The statement came a few months after the massive $7.5 billion acquisition of Bethesda parent company Zenimax Media
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Well, the nominees for this year’s edition of The Game Awards have now been unveiled and the games receiving the most nominations are rather unsurprising. Host Geoff Keighley announced the full slate of nominees for all categories in a live stream this morning with titles like The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Final Fantasy VII
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id Software and DOOM Eternal composer Mick Gordon had a pretty public falling out earlier this year when Gordon expressed frustration at the way the game’s official soundtrack had been mixed. While id’s Marty Stratton ended up responding with his own take on the situation, the whole matter essentially ended with it seeming as though Gordon
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Elder Scrolls Online is a mainstay of Bethesda’s output. Ever since its release in 2014, it’s appeared front and center in Bethesda’s marketing and output and received notoriously long sections in their E3 press conferences. Now, it’s joining DOOM Eternal as a pillar of Bethesda’s presence on next-gen consoles. Originally announced in a blog post on the Elder Scrolls
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Following yesterday’s announcement that DOOM Eternal would be coming to both PS5 and Xbox Series X in the future, Bethesda today gave us our first taste of what to expect from the game’s forthcoming DLC. Unveiled during today’s Quakecon at Home opening presentation, DOOM Eternal’s add-on story content is called The Ancient Gods. Bethesda and id Software gave us
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After a short break due to a wild summer of video games so far, we’re back with our next iteration of our ongoing “Making a Video Game Hero” series. Thus far, we’ve tackled the Action-Adventure, Platformer, and Sports genres. Today, we dip our toes into the shooter side of things. Now, usually these experiments have
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Having previously released in March of this year, DOOM Eternal isn’t done giving us our fill demon-killing just yet. Currently, id Software is working on some new campaign DLC for the title, and as of today, we’ve received our first taste of what this add-on content will have in store. Over on the official DOOM Twitter
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Mick Gordon is a composer who has worked in close proximity to Bethesda for years now and has done work on games like Prey, Wolfenstein, DOOM, and others. However, after such a long period of time working together, it seems as though DOOM Eternal might be Gordon’s last project with the publisher. Over the weekend, the official soundtrack
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DOOM Eternal has proven itself to work surprisingly well in tandem with other game franchises. With its release in March, the internet went wild with crossovers between the Doom Slayer and Isabelle from Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Naturally, with Final Fantasy VII Remake arriving today, having the Doom Slayer paired with Cloud seems like the next best
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