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The new DOOM now has a release date

Bethesda and id Software have announced the release date for the new DOOM game. The rebooted first person shooter has been in the making for years now, with beta access even being offered up to those that pre-ordered the 2014 Wolfenstein: The New Order. The game will now be coming …

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The DOOM closed alpha takes place this weekend

Last year with the launch of Wolfenstein: The New Order, Bethesda promised those who pre-ordered access to the DOOM Alpha and beta phases. Now development has progressed a bit and a closed alpha weekend event is taking place this weekend, on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. If you …

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Bethesda teases DOOM with new footage

It looks like we can expect DOOM to be shown off at Bethesda’s E3 press conference next month, as the publisher has begun teasing the game with a little bit of new footage. So far, the new DOOM title has not been shown to the public, aside for a private …

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id Software bags ex-Crytek graphics engineer

Crytek is in a bit of a tough spot at the moment, that much is clear. Unfortunately for it, that means some of its best and brightest talents are likely to look for opportunities elsewhere. One of those people is Tiago Sousa, who has announced that he’s left Crytek as …

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id Software reveals the first new Doom trailer

While the Doom name is considered to be legendary in the world of video games, in the past few years that name has been mostly associated with infinite delays, not technology or game play breakthroughs. At the E3 trade-show id Software and Bethesda Softworks decided to finally give a glimpse …

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John Carmack explains why he left id Software

When id Software founder and Doom programmer, John Carmack, originally left his former studio late last year to work on the Oculus Rift, the studio’s parent company, Zenimax, merely said that Carmack was interested in “focusing on things other than game development at id.”, but it turns out that there’s a …

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