Although id didn’t show Doom 4 at QuakeCon today, the company did say that the shooter will be a graphical monster, and significantly more visually impressive than EA’s Rage.
Doom will “not be another four-year development period”, said tech lead John Carmack, but will have “three times the graphics richness” because it runs at 30 frames-per-second, rather than 60, which Rage targets.
“You can expect the Doom game to look like it’s developed with the next-generation graphics technology,” said Carmack.
No release date as yet. More on Eurogamer.
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