Bethesda's Pete Hines reaffirms that the 'Doom' footage that id Software unveiled at QuakeCon will never reach the public, but an official unveil should happen next year.
Despite 'DOOM's rich history, Bethesda feels that it has been too long since the last release to earn a 'free pass,' and will need to stand out on its own merits.
Bethesda promises QuakeCon 2014 attendees will get an exclusive 'sneak peek' at 'Doom 4' that will not be shown anywhere else.
During QuakeCon 2013, id Software heads vaguely discuss 'Doom 4' and 'Rage 2', both of which seem very far away.
Bethesda's Pete Hines reveals that 'Doom 4' development was in trouble, but is back on track. In order for that to happen, unfortunately, 'Rage 2' was cancelled.
We still don't know when we'll see 'Doom 4,' but John Carmack revealed another way how: in virtual reality. The id Software co-founder announced that the shooter will be supported with the Oculus Rift headset.
With RAGE not meeting expectations, is Bethesda having id Software's work on Doom 4 'indefinitely postponed'?
Id Software's John Carmack has revealed that the single player of 'Doom 4' will clock in at 30 frames per second while the multiplayer will run at the traditional 60.