The highlight of Bethesda’s E3 conference came toward the end, when a big chunk of gameplay from Doom Eternal was unveiled, as well as a release date and everything else a demon hunter might want to know.
Retro gaming fans got a BIG surprise from Bethesda this evening….and then their expressions quickly changed.
id Software’s horror shooter DOOM is available to play for free this weekend. Players can get access to the first two chapters of the campaign and play all of the multiplayer content. At the end of the trial, users can convert the free trial to a full version of the game for just $15/£12.
iD Software was one of the pioneering studios in video game history, virtually inventing the modern 3D shooter with Wolfenstein 3D and later Doom. But before that, they attempted to land the job of porting Super Mario Bros 3 to the PC.
With Fallout 4’s release coming ever closer, it seems that more and more information about the game is constantly being released to build up hype for one of the most anticipated games this year. The latest bit of news to come out of Bethesda might be one of the most significant aspects yet, as they have revealed that they have completely reworked their combat system for the upcoming RPG. Not only that, but they also got some help from another developer that is owned by Bethesda Softworks, id Software.
Bethesda Softwoorks has released a new video featuring developer commentary for the upcoming DOOM game showcasing one of the title’s most exciting new features, the SnapMap. You can check out the new video in the player below.
Bethesda has released the sixth and final RAGE gameplay video – ‘Jackal Canyon: Recover the Decrypter’. In this video, the Resistance has heard rumors of an Ark surfacing in Jackal Valley, and they need you to search the site for a valuable data decrypter. Finding it won’t be easy as the valley is home to one of the Wastelands most brutal factions, the savage Jackal Clan.(more…)
Bethesda has just released the new RAGE TV spot featuring the music track “COUNTING BODIES LIKE SHEEP TO THE RHYTHM OF THE WAR DRUMS” by A Perfect Circle. To view the TV spot hit the break, and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comment section.
20 Years of id Software panel from QuakeCon 2011, featuring id Software’s John Carmack, Tim Willits, Todd Hollenshead, and Kevin Cloud. Moderated by X-Play’s Morgan Webb.
Today, Bethesda has released “The Sound and Art”, the sixth and last part of the behind-the-scenes series for RAGE. Take a look at the sound design of RAGE with the team at id Software to find out how music, sound effects and voice acting come together to create an unforgettable, immersive experience. Hit the break to view the full trailer and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comment section.
Last year we were ranting and raving about RAGE, a hauntingly beautiful shooter from the minds of Doom. Thankfully, this year RAGE was playable at Bethesda’s booth and we were able to get some quality hands-on time with it. Hit the break to view our first hands-on impressions of RAGE.