Bethesda has released new details on the upcoming DOOM VFR and what exactly you’ll be able to experience in a game that was already filmed live in hell and on a futuristic Mars, both covered in monsters and gore. Game Director Marty Stratton and Chief Technology Officer Robert Duffy both take part in a video showcasing the technical aspects as well as many of the differences between the 2016 verision and what you’ll be experiencing in this one.
The game itself from what little you see here looks amazing, as your consciousness is transfered to various machines to make your way around new areas and figure out what the hell has been going on in this particular area of the game. The graphics are cleaned up a bit, which makes all of the violence and bloody messes you find everywhere feel that much more real. It’s going to be a long wait to see this game come out, but it will be well worth the time. Until then, enjoy this look at DOOM VFR.
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