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  • Denuvo Anti-Cheat Getting Removed from DOOM Eternal in Next Update

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    Denuvo Anti-Cheat Getting Removed from DOOM Eternal in Next Update

    Consider this a horribly failed experiment.

    id Software executive producer Marty Stratton took to Reddit to announce that the much detested Denuvo Anti-Cheat will be removed in the next update for DOOM Eternal. For those who are not aware, the previous update for DOOM Eternal added in the third-party anti-cheat to the game.

    Much like the anti-cheat used in Valorant, the Denuvo Anti-Cheat operates with elevated permissions at ring 0, or at the kernel level of a system....
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  • id Software and Composer Mick Gordon Officially Part Ways

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    id Software and Composer Mick Gordon Officially Part Ways

    This is a huge loss for everyone.

    There have been some rumblings over the past week or so that Mick Gordon was not at all happy with how some aspects of the DOOM Eternal soundtrack were being handled. These issues were first brought up around April 19, 2020 after it was discovered that many of the audio tracks from the official DOOM Eternal soundtrack were severely lacking in dynamic range. Mick responded to the Twitter thread saying that he did not mix the tracks in question and that...
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  • DOOM Eternal Has the Best Opening Weekend Ever

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    DOOM Eternal Has the Best Opening Weekend Ever

    When compared to other DOOM games, at least.

    Bethesda and id Software just announced that DOOM Eternal has broken franchise sales records. According to the teams, DOOM Eternal has broken franchise records for opening weekend sales. DOOM Eternal has apparently doubled the launch revenue of 2016's DOOM. They also note that DOOM Eternal was the best selling game on Steam for most of the week and has managed to pull in over 100,000 concurrent players at its peak.

    At present,...
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  • DOOM Eternal Available Now

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    DOOM Eternal Available Now

    Rip and tear until it is done.

    A happy Friday to all you would-be Doom Slayers out there. Today marks the release of DOOM Eternal from id Software and Bethesda Softworks. This release is a direct sequel to the stellar 2016 DOOM and is available right now for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia. All of your purchase options (save for Stadia) can be found here.

    Most of you probably know what DOOM Eternal is all about by now. You are the Doom Slayer. You are fighting...
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  • DOOM Eternal Launch Trailer

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    DOOM Eternal Launch Trailer

    What more needs to be said?

    Bethesda and id Software released the launch trailer for DOOM Eternal today. DOOM Eternal releases on March 20, 2020 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Google Stadia. The Nintendo Switch release comes "at a later date." ...
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  • DOOM Eternal's TV Commercial is Like Looking at a Bizarro World DOOM Game

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    DOOM Eternal's TV Commercial is Like Looking at a Bizarro World DOOM Game

    When I think "DOOM" I think of... hip-hop?

    Bethesda released a new video today for DOOM Eternal. When you think of DOOM, you probably think about the action, the environments, the demons, and the music. Oh, that wonderful music that was created by Mick Gordon. Even if you aren't traditionally a fan of metal, you probably couldn't help but get pumped up when something like BFG Division really kicked in.

    The soundtrack to DOOM is pretty iconic. It elevated that...
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  • Valve Reintroduces Steam Soundtracks with a New Sale and Features

    Valve Reintroduces Steam Soundtracks with a New Sale and Features

    NOW that's what I call music!

    Valve is bringing back Steam Soundtracks in a big way today. More accurately: Valve already brought back Steam Soundtracks a little while ago is being improved big time today. The Soundtrack section that some of you knew and perhaps even love already made its return as a dedicated category in the Steam Library. To further push this Soundtrack section, Valve is bolstering it today with some improved functionality.

    On top of that, there is a...
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  • DOOM Re-Releases Now Run at 60FPS

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    DOOM Re-Releases Now Run at 60FPS

    Updates released for DOOM give it a little extra kick in its step.

    Both DOOM and DOOM II re-releases were updated today across all available platforms. These updates include access to a curated list of megaWADS, the SIGIL campaign from John Romero, support for add-ons, the ability to run at 60FPS, the ability to quick save, and some smaller adjustments.

    The full list of changes are actually quite a bit longer than what is mentioned here. We'll provide just a bit more details...
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  • Doom 64 Officially Joins Doom Eternal Pre-Order Bonus

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    Doom 64 Officially Joins Doom Eternal Pre-Order Bonus

    The future is Doom'ed.

    Even though this news already arrived earlier this month, I guess Bethesda wanted to make sure we all knew about it. In case you have not heard, Doom 64 is confirmed as a free pre-order bonus for Doom Eternal. Doom Eternal won't be out until March 20, 2020. Doom 64 also won't be out until March 20, 2020.

    Previously, Doom 64 was announced only for the Switch, but it will be a free pre-order bonus for Doom Eternal pre-orders on the Switch, Xbox One,...
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  • Bethesda Dropping Account Login Requirement for Original Doom Titles

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    Bethesda Dropping Account Login Requirement for Original Doom Titles

    It was, allegedly, never meant to be a requirement.

    This past week, Bethesda pushed out the first three Doom titles for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Almost immediately it was discovered that players needed to login to a Bethesda.net account in order to play these games. It was made all the more curious when you realize that the first two Doom titles came out starting in 1993 and have no online multiplayer component.

    Bethesda took note of the massive...
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  • Doom, the one from 1993, Requires a Bethesda Account to Play on Switch

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    Doom, the one from 1993, Requires a Bethesda Account to Play on Switch

    The outrage is flowing like a river during a downpour.

    Earlier today, the first three Doom titles were revealed to be coming to all current consoles, including the Nintendo Switch. They are available right now for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. A mobile release is also coming soon for the first two titles.

    Hey, that's great news! Those are some spectacular games that everyone should play at some point. Ah, but there's a catch and it's a weird one...
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  • QuakeCon 2019 is All About DOOM

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    QuakeCon 2019 is All About DOOM

    DOOOOOOOOM!

    This year's QuakeCon event is all about DOOM. From the keynote to the panels, it's all DOOM all the time. Well, maybe not all the time, but DOOM is a very significant portion of this year's focus at QuakeCon.

    Appropriately, this year's QuakeCon is literally being called "QuakeCon: Year of DOOM." It all begins on July 25 when QuakeCon begins at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. And yes, once again they will host the largest BYOC LAN event...
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  • Tim Willits Leaving id Software After 24 Years

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    Tim Willits Leaving id Software After 24 Years

    Will depart after QuakeCon.

    Industry veteran, Tim Willits, announced that he is leaving id Software after spending 24 years with the studio. Willits made this announcement via Twitter, saying that he will part ways from id Software after the conclusion of this year's QuakeCon in July.

    According to statements made by Willits, he is not retiring from the industry. However, we won't be told about his plans for the future until after QuakeCon, which conclude son July 28....
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  • More Details About Google Stadia Revealed

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    More Details About Google Stadia Revealed

    The rumors were true.

    Google held their first ever Stadia Connect today in which they revealed some of the first concrete details about their new game streaming service. Stadia is set to let you stream games to any devices that can connect to a Chrome browser or through any device that supports a Chromecast. All of the heavy lifting is done at Google, meaning you do not need a high-end rig to play the latest and greatest. As it turns out, everything mentioned in the pre-Connect le...
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  • Google Stadia Pricing Leaks - Offering Subscription and Individual Purchase Options

    I need an umbrella for all these leaks!

    The Google Stadia Connect that is set to begin roughly right as this post goes live, will share the first details about the pricing structure for the upcoming streaming platform. As it turns out, that information was leaked earlier this morning. The information was reported on by Kotaku but originally shared by Canadian news outlet, La Presse.

    Stadia will include both a subscription model and offer up games for sale individually....
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