Doom is returning, and with it the same fast-paced action the series has always been known for. Mow down the demons of hell in this visceral first-person shooter, then hop online and take down foes, or create your own maps with the new SnapMap technology.
Doom is being developed by id Software, the same team behind the original Doom series as well as Quake and Rage. It is slated to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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