The fourth major Doom game will finally be unveiled at E3 2015 after years of development hell, and here's what it could have looked like.
The closed-door gameplay reveal of Doom at last week's QuakeCon 2014 was done to help encourage fans to trust id Software, but its public reveal is still a long way off.
The first-person shooter genre is going to hell, and we wouldn't have it any other way with id Software's unveiling of the latest incarnation of Doom.
Bethesda has released the schedule for this year’s QuakeCon, including the debut of Id Software and Bethesda’s next entry in the Doom series.
Whether it's for Doom 4, Fallout 4 or a completely new IP, this new Amazon listing for an unannounced Bethesda project has us quite intrigued.
According to Kotaku, Bethesda is working on a new version of Doom 4. What the heck happened to the old Doom 4?