The third and latest update for id's Doom is a good one, if not a little later than you might like. For anyone digging the multiplayer or who hasn't been for the lack of Deathmatch, you get exactly that today, making the experience all the better while further embracing the oldschool design the game is known for.
Other changes include private matches, various bug and stability fixes, and a ton of enhancements to SnapMap for map makers/users.
Hit the source for the full notes if you like; boot Steam or your console to grab the patch.
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