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Doom Eternal: 2vs1 multiplayer shows itself in gameplay

Just over a month is left before the release of Doom Eternal, the last chapter of the historical series of old-school shooter by id Software and sequel to that Doom 2016 that brought the genre to the attention of ...

DOOM Eternal will be free of microtransactions

DOOM Eternal Game Director, Hugo Martin, confirmed the total absence of microtransactions within the game. Just in these hours the developer, in response to a fan who was wondering about the matter ...

DOOM Eternal will arrive late on Nintendo Switch, but not by much

Marty Stratton of id Software has said that DOOM Eternal for Nintendo Switch will come out later than other versions, but not by much.

DOOM Eternal: a new trailer is coming tomorrow

In the past few hours Bethesda has announced through its official Twitter profile that a new trailer for DOOM Eternal is coming up tomorrow. There wasn't much news about the game from ...

In DOOM Eternal it will be possible to place the weapon in the center as in the classic chapters

In the past few hours Bethesda and ID Software have released a new gameplay video dedicated to DOOM Eternal, in which several new features of the FPS are shown on arrival at the next 20 in March 2020. A...
DOOM Eternal

[gamescom 2019] Eternal DOOM - Proven

We are at gamescom in Cologne and the commitments never end. Among the many tested games, we had the chance to get our hands on an exclusive demo of the long awaited Eternal DOOM. A...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

System requirements for Wolfenstein PC version: Youngblood revealed

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's release date is getting closer, the game will be released next July 26, and in the past few hours Bethesda has made public the system requirements needed to run ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support NVIDIA's ray tracing and Adaptive Shading

In the past few hours NVIDIA and Bethesda have announced that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support real-time ray tracing and Adaptive Shading, which will improve overall performance. The game then goes on to add to ...

Has the Star Wars: Battlefront spin-off been canceled by EA?

Star Wars: Battlefront, EA's much-discussed shooter, could have expanded thanks to a spin-off coming to the next generation consoles. What's this...

Minecraft Earth, the dedicated "Amiibo" are coming soon

One of the few choices that hit the mark during the Nintendo Wii U era was certainly the marketing of the Amiibo. Mattel seems to want to try now by producing a ...

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