Video Summary

This is Bethesda's chopped up trailer which features some single player gameplay from the upcoming DOOM game.

Articles Related to This Video

Check out DOOM's gameplay trailer

Check out DOOM's gameplay trailer

Bethesda kicked off their first-ever E3 press conference with a trailer for DOOM, and what a way to start the show. RELATED: DOOM set for Spring 2016 release The gameplay trailer featured just about everything you can... read more

Jordan Biazzo posted this news over 2 years ago | Comments

Doom update coming at Quakecon

Doom update coming at Quakecon

iD Software General Manager, Garrett Young responded to a fan question on Twitter today revealing that more information on the upcoming Doom game will be revealed at Quakecon in a few weeks.  The event is scheduled to... read more

Daniel R. Miller posted this news over 2 years ago | Comments

New DOOM screenshots fresh out of QuakeCon 2015

New DOOM screenshots fresh out of QuakeCon 2015

Straight out of QuakeCon 2015, Bethesda has published a new batch of screenshots for DOOM that'll surely piss off the likes of Anita Sarkeesian and Jonathan McIntosh. Filled with violence, gore, and giant-a** demons, the... read more

Matt Liebl posted this news over 2 years ago | Comments

Doom to release 100% uncut in Germany

Doom to release 100% uncut in Germany

Every time Bethesda releases a DOOM game, Germany cuts down the game or put it on their restricted list. For the first time ever, DOOM will be making its release in Germany, free of any alteration. "We're pleased the... read more

Tatiana Morris posted this news over 1 year ago | Comments

DOOM's goal is to be the 'best-looking game at 1080p at 60fps'

DOOM dev's goal is to be the 'best-looking game at 1080p at 60fps'

While Bethesda and id Sofware celebrate the fact that Germany will support DOOM's release without altering the game, the developers have remained hard at work. DOOM won't be your run of the mill 30FPS locked shooter on... read more

Tatiana Morris posted this news over 1 year ago | Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus