Bethesda revealed a new update for DOOM (1993) and DOOM II available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The update adds in a few fan-requested features such as adding 60 FPS support, which is a first for the two titles and a huge improvement to its previous 35 FPS, and Quick Save options, which allows players to pause the game and press a shoulder button to quickly save the game, in order to load the game another should button press is required.
Additionally, some new quality-of-life adjustments have been added where players will find new features like Quick Weapon Select feature, improved Level Select function, added Aspect Ratio and Brightness options, and a new split-screen HUD.
The full patch notes have been detailed by the team.
DOOM (1993) and DOOM II are being reintroduced to modern consoles in celebration of the series’ 25th anniversary alongside the upcoming Doom Eternal which was shown off during E3 2019. Doom Eternal is set to release later this year on November 22.
DOOM Eternal has the player assume the role of the Doom Slayer once again, who is an ancient warrior who takes on the demonic forces of Hell. The game is played in the first-person perspective where the player will need to use a variety of different weapons and abilities to take out hordes of enemies.
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