DOOM Eternal is a first-person shooter developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks. Developed by id Software, DOOM Eternal is the direct sequel to DOOM, winner of The Game Awards’ Best Action Game of 2016. Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power as you rip-and-tear your way across dimensions with the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat. Powered by idTech 7 and set to an all-new pulse-pounding soundtrack composed by Mick Gordon, DOOM Eternal puts you in control of the unstoppable DOOM Slayer as you blow apart new and classic demons with powerful weapons in unbelievable and never-before-seen worlds.
Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer id Software have released a new trailer for DOOM Eternal‘s upcoming Horde Mode. The Horde Mode is a replacement for the game’s cancelled Invasion Mode, and will launch alongside BATTLEMODE 2.0, and two new master levels in the Version 6.66 update. This update is currently planned to launch on October 26th, although its not clear if this date also includes the Switch version.
Bethesda Softworks and developer id Software have released a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Horde Mode in Doom Eternal. It had been previously announced the planned Invasion Mode for Doom Eternal was cancelled, and replaced by Horde Mode. A sneak peak of gameplay was also shown during the Game Director Playthrough. Said Game Director, Hugo Martin, explained the new mode would launch October 26th, as part of the 6.66 update; also containing Battlemode 2.0, and two new Master Levels.
In the middle of the console war, the boss of Xbox Game Studios comes to recognize the superiority of Sony and his Playstation. Explanations. For several years, Microsoft and Sony are engaged in a merciless war, rekindled by the arrival of new gen consoles, the Xbox Series and the PlayStation 5. Seeking to be at the cutting edge of technology, the two video game giants must combine machine power, ergonomics, care given to the controller, design, and so on. It would seem, however, thatthere is a point where Microsoft bows to Sony.
With the Halloween season in full swing, it seems like the perfect time for hellish first-person shooter, DOOM Eternal, to deploy its latest 6.66 update. Yes, publisher Bethesda Softworks and Texas-based studio id Software have announced they will release said update on Oct. 26. Included in the free 6.66 patch...
Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer id Software will release the version 6.66 update for DOOM Eternal on October 26, the companies announced. It will add Horde Mode, BATTLEMODE 2.0, and two new master levels. DOOM Eternal is available now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC...
Bethesda Softworks and developer Bethesda Game Studios have released a new trailer for Starfield, detailing the game’s universe. The new trailer (unlisted and discovered by RPG Site) shows the Settled Systems, a small part of the Milky Way in 2330; 50 light years from our solar system. 20 years prior to this, there was a terrible war between the United Colonies and the Freestar Collective.
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Bethesda Softworks and iD Software have released a teaser trailer for its upcoming arcade-style Horde Mode in Doom Eternal. The new Horde Mode will hit the game in the upcoming 6.66 Update (nice work, Bethesda) that hits the game on October 26. Bethesda says this update is Doom Eternal’s biggest free update yet.
Bethesda Softworks has posted a new trailer Starfield as a preview of what we can expect from the huge universe of the title; including their factions and the lore they are writing. Specifically, the video details the Colonized Systems, the area of the Solar System where much of the adventure will take place.
Bethesda Softworks has created virtual worlds on a scale not many others have been able to achieve. The Elder Scrolls series, in particular, has been inspiring gamers for decades. Next year, Starfield will mark the company’s first new universe in 25 years, and while not much about the game has been disclosed quite yet, a new trailer highlighting the title’s setting has just been released. The video gives a behind-the-scenes look at Starfield’s setting, the Settled Systems, and is led by Design Director Emil Pagliarulo.
With Starfield still a little over a year from launch, and Bethesda Softworks notorious for keeping their upcoming epics safely tucked away from prying eyes until showtime's right around the corner, every little scrap of information on this open world sci-fi RPG is a gem. Thankfully, we've been blessed with periodic — if admittedly somewhat tiny — fresh updates on the game courtesy of the official website.
On March 20th, 2020, DOOM Eternal and Animal Crossing: New Horizons both debuted, and this shared release date led to a very strange thing: fan art of Doom Slayer and Isabelle began to appear online. Over the last year and a half, the two characters have appeared in countless unofficial crossovers, depicting the two as good friends that hang out and slay demons together. The pairing hasn't gone unnoticed by Nintendo, or Bethesda Softworks for that matter. In fact, yesterday Doom Slayer was officially added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a Mii Fighter skin, and DOOM's official Twitter account celebrated the occasion by sharing a screenshot of the two friends alongside the caption "together at last."
Bethesda Softworks also has a new trailer starfield published under the title “The Settled Systems”. You stay yourself: you don’t learn too much about the game, especially not seeing real game scenes. Instead, Design Director Emil Pagliarulo introduces you to the solar system of Starfield: The Settled Systems. Starfield is...
The final major update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is here, bringing the roster of playable fighters to a staggering 82 with the addition of Sora from Kingdom Hearts. Ultimate’s new update also makes one fantasy reality: Isabelle from Animal Crossing can now hang out (and presumably fight, but I like to think she wouldn’t) the Doom Slayer from Doom.