Bethesda releases DOOM Eternal Gameplay – Reveals id Tech 7 engine

Bethesda releases DOOM Eternal Gameplay - Reveals id Tech 7 engine

Bethesda releases DOOM Eternal Gameplay – Reveals id Tech 7 engine

id Software has released their first official gameplay footage of DOOM Eternal, sporting a steady 60FPS framerate while producing visuals that greatly surpass the title’s predecessor. 

DOOM (2106) released as a graphical showpiece, offering smooth gameplay on both PCs and consoles thanks to id Software’s expertly designed id Tech 6 engine, delivering steady 60FPS gameplay on PS4, Xbox One and PC while offering impressive visuals that were on par with some of this generation’s top studios.

DOOM Eternal takes things up a notch, offering larger maps, new gameplay mechanics, world traveller options and a larger selection of both classic and new enemies to rip and tear. The game’s soundtrack will be composed by Mick Gordon, a veteran of the DOOM franchise, promising slick tunes for everyone’s favourite Demon Slayer.      

At QuakeCon 2018 id Software confirmed that DOOM Eternal would be based on the studio’s id Tech 7 engine, making DOOM Eternal superior to DOOM 2016 on a technical level, with the studio promising to bring today’s consoles to their knees and grab every shred of performance than they can offer. DOOM 2016 is famous on PC for being one the first AAA games to use the Vulkan graphical API, with its id Tech 6 sitting as one of the gaming industry’s premiere engines. id Tech 7 promises to deliver even more than its predecessor.  

DOOM Eternal will launch on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, though at this time Bethesda has not revealed the game’s release date. Below is Bethesda’s DOOM Eternal QuakeCon 2018 showcase, which included 15 minutes of gameplay. 

 

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