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Bethesda Softworks is making it loud and clear that it is releasing a reboot of the classic shooter Doom on May 13, and now it has released its gameplay trailer for the launch.
I’ve demoed the new game, and it plays really fast, making it hard to stay alive if you’re playing multiplayer. The single-player game should offer a lot of satisfaction for the demon killers among us, as there’s plenty of “impossibly destructive guns” in the game developed by Bethesda’s id Software division. Bethesda promises fluid movement and intense first-person combat as you mow down the demon hordes and “fight like hell.”
There’s plenty of slow-motion shots in the trailer. But Doom is a fast game, and you won’t have the chance to stop and admire your form when you’re blasting a bunch of demons. the game is debuting on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Here’s the video.
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Bethesda previously released this trailer.
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