The original creators of Doom pioneered a certain caliber of video game violence with the original franchise, and the demonstration of the new Doom intends to do the same for a new generation of games: body parts gib, burst, and leak across an impressively realistic metallic setting.
Doom is back with all the gore and blood
The new Doom runs on the id Tech 6 game engine, and it's the first game to do so.
Sources say in the footage, the hero blasts hell-beasts, alternating various weapons with melee attacks that remove limbs like wings off a chicken just removed from the oven. Also, at the end of the demo, the hero cuts through the humanoid demons with a chainsaw in a variety of angles to show that for him, dismemberment isn't a job — it's a craft.
According to reports, the new Doom runs on the id Tech 6 game engine, and it's the first game to do so. The engine and the game look noticeably better than id Tech 5 games, like Rage and the most recent reboot of Wolfenstein.
Furthermore, Doom will feature multiplayer, which was briefly shown in a teaser trailer. Doom will also include Doom Snapmap, a tool that seeks to make modding accessible to every player. According to the footage shown, new maps and modes are created with building block-like features.
Doom is scheduled for release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in Spring 2016.
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