We can finally see that Doom is real, and it’s way gorier than most expected. 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 like they have a noticeable leg up than id Tech 5 games, like Rage and the most recent reboot of Wolfenstein.
Doom will feature multiplayer and will also include Doom Snapmap, a new 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, formerly known as Doom 4, was hinted at in 2007 and officially announced in 2008. The project restarted in 2011 after failing to meet expectations. In 2013, Kotaku had published a behind-the-scenes look at the game’s rocky development and the project appears to have stabilized in the past couple of years. Doom is scheduled for release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in Spring 2016.
Check out Our first look at DOOM’s single player gameplay at the E3 2015 Bethesda Press Conference below: