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Every Brutal DOOM: The Dark Ages Weapon Announced (So Far) - screenrant.com
screenrant.com
17.06.2024 / 12:45

Every Brutal DOOM: The Dark Ages Weapon Announced (So Far)

was announced recently at the Xbox Games Showcase, accompanied by a crunchy trailer that introduces many new and outrageous weapons to the Slayer’s arsenal. As the title suggests, the theme this time around is everything medieval, though ’s interpretation predictably has more in common with dark fantasy and metal album covers than it does with smallpox and Chaucer. Considering all the vicious weapons on display, from rail-guns and chainsaw shields to skull-spitting miniguns, hell’s demons will likely have a poorer life expectancy than even the sickliest tenth-century peasant once the player shows up.

How DOOM: The Dark Ages' Gameplay Is Pulling From The Series' '90s Roots - screenrant.com - county Martin
screenrant.com
16.06.2024 / 17:56

How DOOM: The Dark Ages' Gameplay Is Pulling From The Series' '90s Roots

After several rumors surrounding the upcoming prequel, was revealed at the Xbox Games Showcase, showing the Doom Slayer in a medieval-type setting equipped with an array of weapons that introduce more modern advancements to this era. Throughout this reveal trailer, Doom Slayer could be seen with a shotgun, futuristic armor — now with a fur cape — and more to aid him in fighting off hordes of enemies, merging them with weapons of the time, such as a mace, and a shield lined with a chainsaw rim to deliver the kind of brutal combat that players have come to expect from the series over the past three decades.

Astro Bot was the most-wishlisted game from Summer Game Fest - beating Doom: The Dark Ages and Gears of War: E-Day - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
15.06.2024 / 16:25

Astro Bot was the most-wishlisted game from Summer Game Fest - beating Doom: The Dark Ages and Gears of War: E-Day

Astro Bot has beaten both Doom: The Dark Ages and Gears of War: E-Day to claim pole position as the most-wishlisted game from Summer Game Fest 2024.

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle Targets “Wider Audience” with Puzzles/Stealth over Gunplay - wccftech.com - state Indiana - Thailand - Egypt - Vatican
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15.06.2024 / 08:29

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle Targets “Wider Audience” with Puzzles/Stealth over Gunplay

Wolfenstein developer MachineGames is known for their solid writing and penchant for diabolical nazi villains, which is probably what got them the gig making Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, but they also just know how to make a good shooter. The Wolfenstein games deliver a lot of guns-blazing, gory action, so will their Indiana Jones game be the same?

Fable is Reportedly Targeting Q4 2025 and Gears of War: E-Day May Arrive Before That - wccftech.com - state Indiana
wccftech.com
14.06.2024 / 00:55

Fable is Reportedly Targeting Q4 2025 and Gears of War: E-Day May Arrive Before That

This past weekend, Microsoft delivered the goods with their Xbox Games Showcase, rolling out trailers and announcements for a number of exciting-looking projects. What they didn’t necessarily deliver was a lot of hard release dates or even launch windows – we know some games like Avowed and Indiana Jones and the Great Circle are coming in 2024, and others like Doom: The Dark Ages, Fable, and South of Midnight have broad 2025 release windows. Others, like Perfect Dark and Gears of War: E-Day have no release windows attached to them at all.

Doom: The Dark Ages: release date window, trailers, gameplay, and more - digitaltrends.com
digitaltrends.com
13.06.2024 / 23:57

Doom: The Dark Ages: release date window, trailers, gameplay, and more

It’s time to go medieval on some demons with Doom: The Dark Ages. After the 2016 reboot of the series, Doom has reestablished itself as the king of fast, hardcore, brutal, and just plain fun first-person shooter titles. We got a sequel in 2020, plus two DLC chapters, but now it’s time to see how it all began. Doom: The Dark Ages will be a new chapter in the Doom saga in a setting we’ve never seen before. As much as the locations and weapons change, the goal of destroying demons in the most brutal ways possible is always a constant. Rev up your brand new Shield Saw as we cut into everything we know so far about Doom: The Dark Ages.

Doom: The Dark Ages’ Saw Shield Has Already Been Modded Into the Original Doom - ign.com
ign.com
12.06.2024 / 11:21

Doom: The Dark Ages’ Saw Shield Has Already Been Modded Into the Original Doom

Within hours of Xbox revealing Doom: The Dark Ages, a modder had added the upcoming game's seriously metal saw-toothed shield to the original Doom.

DOOM: The Dark Ages Rips and Tears Day One on PS5 | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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12.06.2024 / 01:03

DOOM: The Dark Ages Rips and Tears Day One on PS5 | Push Square

Immediately after its announcement during the Xbox Showcase, publisher Bethesda has confirmed that DOOM: The Dark Ages will release on PS5, day one in 2025. It signals a change in strategy from the Microsoft-acquired publisher, as its previous post-purchase titles, like Starfield, released exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC.

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls" - gamesradar.com - county Martin
gamesradar.com
11.06.2024 / 14:49

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls"

Developer id Software revealed Doom: The Dark Ages at the Xbox Games Showcase with a sizzling debut trailer, and a couple of the new weapons have left something of a lasting impression. Speaking at Summer Game Fest, studio creative director Hugo Martin says the studio set out to "make the weapons feel like the most powerful you've ever held in a Doom game, like that Skull Crusher you saw in the teaser."

DOOM: The Dark Ages Will Have More Enemies, Larger Arenas, and Slower Action – Creative Director - gamingbolt.com - county Martin
gamingbolt.com
11.06.2024 / 14:31

DOOM: The Dark Ages Will Have More Enemies, Larger Arenas, and Slower Action – Creative Director

DOOM: The Dark Ages creative director Hugo Martin has revealed that the game was designed as more of a direct successor to the original DOOM, rather than as a sequel to DOOM Eternal. In an interview with GamesRadar, Martin spoke about how playing DOOM: The Dark Age will be quite different from its direct predecessor.

DOOM: The Dark Ages Coolest Weapon Is Already Playable In Earlier Games Thanks To Fans - screenrant.com
screenrant.com
11.06.2024 / 13:59

DOOM: The Dark Ages Coolest Weapon Is Already Playable In Earlier Games Thanks To Fans

may not be out for another year at least but that doesn't mean fans can't take the game's coolest new weapon for a spin thanks to the infinite potential of mods. Serving as a fantastic appetizer for Xbox's June Showcase, the trailer for includes a standout moment that sees The Doom Slayer equip a «Saw Shield» that's revved up and used to eviscerate a small army of demons. The weapon itself is impressive, allowing for quick charges, ranged kills, and damage blocking, so it makes sense that fans would want to try it early.

DOOM: The Dark Ages - Release Window, Story, Setting, & New Gameplay - screenrant.com
screenrant.com
10.06.2024 / 15:39

DOOM: The Dark Ages - Release Window, Story, Setting, & New Gameplay

is set to bring a different flavor to the series, and it could be a great way to freshen up the legendary FPS franchise. Following in the footsteps of the 2016 reboot and its sequel, appears to have all the bloody action that the games are known for. There's also plenty of fast movement and a variety of memorably demonic enemy designs, so nothing is straying too far from the core elements.

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