During its annual QuakeCon LAN party and PC video game convention, id Software and Bethesda Software unveiled the newest Doom video game to attendees. Instead of calling the title Doom 4, however, developers decided to just call it Doom - and it will be available for the PC, Microsoft Xbox One, and Sony PlayStation 4 game consoles.
It has been more than 10 years since the release of Doom 3, and while gamers long expected a fourth title, no one held their breath. The title runs using the id Tech 6 game engine and can run 1080p with 60 fps, described as an "origin game." It appears to be an old school shooter and while it will be graphically pretty, looks like the id team decided to go back to its development roots.
The demonstrations during QuakeCon revealed large weapons with major ass-kicking power, and a load of monsters, both big and small, promising to be a rather enjoyable experience.