Bethesda has just announced that the new multiplayer mode for Doom Eternal, Battlemode, will be officially revealed at Quakecon 2019. During the Year of Doom keynote on July 26th, the publisher will share more details about this new Doom game, and will reveal this new multiplayer mode.
Watch the @QuakeCon: Year of DOOM keynote live on July 26, 11am CT/12pm ET to see more DOOM Eternal, including a look at the game's new multiplayer, BATTLEMODE.https://t.co/j8jIEdovWr pic.twitter.com/pClPhiHas1
— DOOM (@DOOM) July 22, 2019
Doom Eternal promises to bring the ultimate combination of speed and power with the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat. The game will be powered by id Tech 7 Engine and promises to feature levels/places we have never been before in a Doom game, 10X times higher geometric detail than its predecessor, as well as greater texture fidelity than id Software has ever put on screen.
id Software’s latest first-person shooter promises to be better than ever, and Battlemode will be revealed on July 26th at 12PM ET.
It’s also worth noting that the game will take advantage of real-time ray tracing effects. However, and after the latest Wolfenstein: Youngblood RTX news, I’m pretty sure that the game will not support any ray tracing effects at launch.
Doom Eternal releases on November 22nd!
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