Bethesda and id Software have confirmed the cancellation of QuakeCon 2019 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The cancellation is to protect their fans, workers, volunteers, and the general community from the potential of becoming infected with the virus.
While COVID-19 is beginning to ramp up in the United States, many retailers have taken drastic measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by separating the launches of both Animal Crossing: New Horizons and DOOM Eternal.
The official launch trailer for DOOM Eternal has arrived and the Doomslayer is absolutely ready to rip and tear on March 20th, 2020. Here’s your final look at DOOM Eternal ahead of its launch next week.
In a recent interview, Marty Stratton of id Software has given some insight into how far DOOM Eternal will push the PlayStation hardware. It sounds like this will be one last hurrah for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One just ahead of the launch of next-gen consoles.
DOOM Eternal’s latest trailer is finally here, giving us our first look at a greater universe, one where the Doom Slayer gives us our first glimpse of him without his helmet, what happened to Samuel Hayden, and our first glimpse of Heaven’s forces.
For 25 years, the Doom Guy has been ripping and tearing into the very souls of demons, and now, he can do so on literally almost any device available. The catch? There’s a bug requiring an online connection that Bethesda is working on fixing.
There are no issues with DOOM unless you want them to be there, but hey, let’s rip and tear or, rather, talk about why there aren’t any issues with the game for a good majority of those who played the 2016 reboot.