DOOM is massively backwards, stuck in the past and completely dumb. But in the very best way possible. In one word: BRUTAL.
DOOM manages to run incredibly smoothly on both Xbox One and PS4, but makes some concessions to do so.
Think your PC can handle DOOM when it launches tomorrow? Because this is what DOOM looks like when it runs at 200 frames per second.
DOOM is out this Friday, but don’t expect any reviews from anywhere out then too.
DOOM wants to be the sort of classic reimagining fans want, and its launch trailer certainly makes a good case for it.
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Tired of only seeing multiplayer footage of DOOM? A full hour of single-player action should satisfy your appitite before launch.
DOOM is giving PC players the full monte of PC settings to customise their playing experince.
DOOM might have been locked at 60FPS in beta, but that’s changing for the better by the time launch comes around.
It seems many PC gamers aren;t at all happy with DOOM after playing the open multiplayer beta