In the wee hours of the morning, the original Doom trilogy appeared in the Nintendo Switch U.K. eShop. Nintendo Life first spotted the titles and broke the news, but the titles quickly vanished. Rampant speculation followed the appearance as gamers scrambled to figure out when, not if, the titles would release. The common consensus was that they would be announced today, July 26, at the 24th annual QuakeCon keynote. And that consensus was correct.
A few minutes into the conference, Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin, the executive producer and creative director of Doom Eternal, respectively, announced that Doom,
The original Doom and
Doom has local 4-player co-op, local 4-player deathmatch, and includes the expansion Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed, which features 9 new levels.
Doom III doesn’t have local multiplayer or co-op, but it does include the Resurrection of Evil and The Lost Missions expansions. The PlayStation Store description specifically says the game is single-player.
These announcements came just before a new trailer for Doom Eternal and more details about the game, including new multiplayer modes and the
The original trilogy is available for download now on all platforms. If you’ve ever wanted to play Doom on the go or bring non-PC friends into a deathmatch mode, now is your chance. But today isn’t just the release of the
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