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Originally created as an event dedicated to all things id, Bethesda’s swallowing up of its subsidiary means we also get a peek at some of the other projects coming from the publisher. And games don’t come much bigger than Fallout 4. Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic sequel is out in November, and it found time at QuakeCon to squeeze out a few more juicy details.
Quake Live has had a massive update ahead of its imminent launch on Steam, bringing in a raft of changes and improvements to the classic Quake III Arena formula. But, and there’s always a but, the fans aren't happy, with many outraged at the alterations occurring to id Software’s beloved shooter.
id Software has shown off the latest Doom game exclusively to QuakeCon attendees in Dallas. The reboot will simply be titled Doom, and will be running on the all-new id Tech 6 game engine that will be capable of 1080p and 60 fps gaming on the next-gen consoles.
Doom 4 will be exclusively revealed to attendees at this year’s QuakeCon 2014 event on July 17th.
Bethesda has a released the world’s first trailer for id Software’s Doom 4, teasing a monstrous-looking new cyberdemon.
Today on 365 days of gaming OSUBoarder covers the browser-based, free-to-play, Quake Live.