With just under three months to go until Doom returns (or begins again) we are starting to get a little hyped.
Developed by id software, Doom returns as a brutal FPS experience in which you get to smother relentless demon hordes with little bullet kisses.
Featuring a single-player campaign – as well as numerous multiplayer modes – expectations are high for the return of the series that did much to invent the modern shooter.
The game also comes with Doom SnapMap, a game and level editor that allows players to snap together and customise maps, add pre-defined and custom gameplay, and edit game logic to create new modes.
It sounds a bit like a Super Doom Maker.
However the game turns out, it’s certainly looking the part. Here are four new screens to feast on.
Doom screenshot gallery
Doom will be coming to PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One on 13 May, 2016.
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