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New Doom single-player footage and SnapMap details coming next week

Bethesda will be showing off more of Doom's single-player and mod making tools next week.


New Doom single-player footage and SnapMap details coming next week

Bethesda has revealed details about two upcoming Doom livestreams scheduled to take place next week.

The game's single-player, as well as its game mode creator SnapMap, will be the subject of two separate shows. These are the two sides of Doom we've seen the least of.

The SnapMap stream is scheduled to start 2pm EDT/6pm GMT on Monday, April 25. The studio will show off the types of content you could create using the tool, including single-player and co-op modes.

At 2pm EDT/6pm GMT on Wednesday, April 27, executive producer Marty Stratton and creative director Hugo Martin will play some completely new levels of the game's single-player.

All streams will be available though the official Bethesda Twitch channel.

Doom is due for release May 13 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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