The Next DOOM at QuakeCon

You’ve been clamoring for it for years, and now the wait is almost over. As announced in our E3 teaser trailer, fans in attendance at QuakeCon 2014 will have the opportunity to get a sneak peek at what’s been going on with the new DOOM game from id Software.

This an exclusive thing we are doing for attendees as part of our Annual QuakeCon Welcome presentation. We’ll have plenty more to show everyone at a later date, but we didn’t want another QuakeCon to go by without doing something special for the amazing QC community and id supporters that have been with us for more than 20 years.

Don’t miss out! QuakeCon 2014 takes place July 17th – 20th at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX. For more information on attending, visit quakecon.org.

Reader Comments

  1. Looking forward to watching the new reveal of doom on current generation consoles of: Xbox one & ps4.

    Seems UAC have reopen the portal once again.

    I wonder if Dr. Betruger is in this one?

    • Really?…. I’d prefer to just see it where it belongs. PC.

      Of course though, I’m a minority. Real shame man. PC gives you so much more power over your content. Games become richer, the experiences, and the quality when done right.

  2. We’ve been clamoring for Fallout 4 for years now as well. Will we be waiting for more than 20 years before we get an announcement on it as well?

    • BGS isn’t going through all that development crap that id Software was. Plus, Fallout 4 is next gen only, why do you think it’s taking longer? It’s already been worked on for over 3 years, longer than Skyrim was, so give it another year, it’ll probably be out next year.

      Skyrim wasn’t worked on until mid 2009 because they were developing the Creation Engine, and it was stopped around late summer 2011. That means that Fallout 4 will be in Development probably twice as long as Skyrim which is great. There was so much left undone because of the ‘little’ development time. For example, the Civil War Overhaul.

      Just let them get done what needs to be done. It’s not last gen, so the world can easily be twice as big, and all cells can be exterior, that includes caves and vaults. Plus, much more. Animations won’t suck, more armor pieces, more people on screen, etc. They can add pilotable vertibirds without having to worry about the game crashing. It’s the reason Dragon mounts on Skyrim were horrible because of the console tech couldn’t keep up with the scripting and the land loading.

  3. The cyberdemon looks good but if this os not handled properly it will be the death knell for what was at one point in time the greatest IP and software gaming company around. With Carmack working on the Oculus we are all holding our breath. Our prayers are with you as we once again crank ACDC and ready ourselves tp descend into Hell. Or Hell on Earth as some rumors go…

  4. Anybody notice that this game could be a remake of the original? Like when they made Doom 3 for pc and xbox years ago that game was a remake of the original and the story retold again. So this game is going to be a remake of the remake of the original. Man ID software doesnt make anything original anymore.

  5. I think you meant “sneak peek.” Unless you’re offering QuakeCon attendees a stealthy mountain, in which case I’m totally going.

  6. I hope and pray that this game is the reboot version of Hell on Earth. ID already did justice with the reboot version of the original Doom for Doom 3. So at least make this one based on Hell on Earth. That would do wonders; especially with using ID Tech 5 and other graphic feature for this new generation of consoles.

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