Just ahead of Bethesda’s showcase event on E3, developers have revealed a new teaser trailer for the upcoming game DOOM Eternal. The short teaser features an ominous sounding announcement that says “What we interfere with now is bigger than we can imagine”. It ends with a message that the game will be featured at Bethesda’s E3 2019 showcase event. The event is scheduled for June 9 at 5:30 PM Pacific Time and will be live-streamed on Bethesda’s Twitch page.
Here’s the new teaser trailer that was shared on Twitter:
"What you interfere with now is bigger than you can imagine."
— DOOM (@DOOM) June 6, 2019
2016’s reboot DOOM was a massive success, both critically and commercially. And Bethesda are without any doubt looking to replicate the success. DOOM Eternal is currently in development for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia. It is expected to be released later this year.
DOOM Eternal On Google Stadia
DOOM Eternal is one of the high profile games that is known to be coming to Google Stadia. Marty Stratton of id Software made the announcement during Google’s GDC 2019 gaming presentation. DOOM has a reputation for its fast paced and gory game. So it could indeed be a true test for the performance standard promised by Stadia. It was announced that the game will be running on a single Stadia GPU and will be able to stream in 4K and 60 fps.
Stadia is Google’s upcoming game streaming platform. With it, gamers will be able to stream video games directly to their devices via the Chrome browser. This is regardless of the hardware capability of the device and would pretty much work the same way as streaming a video on Chrome. Gamers will have a choice to choose between their existing Xbox One, Nintendo or PlayStation 4 controllers, or Google’s own Stadia Controller.
— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) March 19, 2019
Neither Google Stadia nor DOOM Eternal have an exact release date yet. But the expected release date for both is late 2019. We can also expect to hear more on Google Stadia as E3 2019 rolls on.
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