Some cool news from Bethesda Softworks as the company announced that DOOM would be getting a 4K upgrade on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One on Thursday, March 29th. We got a full trailer and the description of the update before for you to enjoy, but basically, the company wouldn’t have been able to do it without id Software pilling through with some new tech and allowing the 2016 shooter to get a graphical overhaul for the game. No official time was given as to when the update would kick in.
When DOOM launched, id Software focused on mixing cutting-edge graphics with relentless, fast-paced gameplay for users on all platforms. Thanks to a brand-new game update arriving on March 29, id is pushing the game’s graphics even further with the release of a new 4K resolution update. At long last, you’ll be able to witness the power of the DOOM Slayer in stunning 4K on both PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X platforms. Every blast of the BFG, every demon glory kill and every chainsaw slice through a Mancubus can be experienced like never before on consoles.Whether you’re a new player or just eager to jump back into your Praetor Suit, you’re going to want to visit Hell to experience it for yourself.
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