Here’s an extended look at DOOM’s single-player campaign

By James O'Connor, Thursday, 28 April 2016 00:52 GMT

Bethesda has shown off an hour of DOOM campaign footage in a recent Twitch stream.

Here’s an extended look at DOOM’s single-player campaign

The footage features creative director Hugo Martin and executive producer Marty Stratton playing through a few of the game’s levels, including the very opening section, showing off different guns and features.

Guns have secondary features in DOOM – for instance, the pistol has a charge shot as well as the standard shot – and there’s no reloading, with every gun allowing you to fire until you run out of ammo entirely.

There doesn’t seem to be a limit on how many weapons you can carry either, which makes DOOM a particularly old-school shooter, albeit one with plenty of modern flourishes.

It’s a good look at the new DOOM’s re-imagined version of Hell, and all the demonspawn you’ll be slaying in the game. It’s looking, naturally, pretty gory as well.

DOOM launches worldwide for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 13.

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