E3 2014: Bethesda reveal DOOM Teaser; More coming at Quakecon 2014


Bethesda have today revealed their unannounced game for E3 2014 in the form of DOOM.

A few days ago, A few images appeared online revealing that Bethesda would indeed be revealing a brand new title after a Twitch schedule revealed the announcement was coming aswell as an Amazon UK page that said “Bethesda E3 2014 Dummy Project” and today, Bethesda revealed that project to be DOOM.

The company revealed the title earlier today where they showed off the first teaser trailer for the long awaited Horror Action sequel with the promise of more news to come at Quakecon 2014. Of course, Many fans knew this game couldn’t have been too far off considering a beta code was available in recent Bethesda release; Wolfenstein: The New Order however many fans were still hoping that the E3 Bethesda reveal would have been Fallout 4.

Are you as excited for Quakecon as we are?
Are you as excited for Quakecon as we are?

DOOM currently has no release date or window except that more details will be revealed soon at Quakecon but judging by the release schedule of most of the games at E3 this year; Look for possibly a 2015 Release Date and its coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC.

So what did you think? Are you glad DOOM is finally returning? Have you played the other 3 games? Were you hoping the reveal would’ve been Fallout 4? Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Reddit & YouTube and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your big news from E3 2014. In the meantime, Check out the footage below.

Article by Matt McNamee

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