Bethesda is overhauling the game’s multiplayer, and you can try it all out for free.
Doom is a return to form for id software after the lackluster Doom 3 and one that brings to the table an amazing campaign that is worthy of the Doom name.
The big game releases in India this May include Uncharted 4, Doom, Battleborn, Overwatch, Homefront: The Revolution, and Total War: Warhammer.
Doom is coming soon than you might think and Bethesda has also revealed the game’s collector’s edition and pre-order bonuses.
Bethesda’s press conference was a success largely because it had some great games to show, but also because it was an example of great time management.
The reboot is staying true to the franchise, with fast movement, lots of big powerful weapons, and plenty of demons to shoot in the face.
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The teaser does not reveal a lot aside from the fact that the game will get a gameplay reveal at Bethesda’s first ever E3 press conference next month.
Doom may not be vapourware after all, and Wolfenstein: The New Order has a new release date. Hopefully this one will stick.