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Doom: The Open Beta Wasn’t All Good

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Fans who were waiting to get their hands on the new version of Doom were pleased when a beta when live on April 15 but it seems that it wasn’t all good.

Bethesda revealed that gamers could play the beta without a code and it was running over 15 to 17 April.

The Doom beta version did come with some limits though and there were only two maps. The maps available in the beta were Inferno and Heatwave. There were restrictions on the gaming modes and the only ones were Team Death-Match and Warpath.

The developer of Doom said that the Snap-Map feature would only be revealed with the full version. This is something that allows players to creates new modes of Doom and share them with the rest of the community. The final version of the game is going to bring with it support for six multiplayer modes and it is said that it will support just about every type of gameplay.

ID Software said that they will be launching updates for content and this includes props, maps, objects, with many other features, such as editing tools and enhancements to the AI.

Doom DLC packs are going to be made available with a season pass and this covers all DLCs for a one time payment of $39.99. You can get individual DLCs and these will cost $14.99.

Doom is said to be arriving on our consoles and the PC on 13 May.

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