The 24th annual QuakeCon event happened this weekend, including a version of the show in Europe for the first time, and it introduced with it a variety of information about id Software program’s upcoming Doom Eternal – including the introduction to a new demon known as the Doom Hunter, and loads of details about the game’s multiplayer component Battle Mode.
As such there’s numerous Doom-associated excitement at the moment, so PC-owning followers of the collection might need to return and replay the previous Doom video games – however, there’s one Doom that’s never been made legally out there on PC, and that’s Doom 64. However, it’s looking possible that Doom 64 could finally appear on PC, only 22 years late.
In accordance with a review by PEGI – the European age rating board – Doom 64 is on its solution to PC and PS4, and if it occurs, it can probably come out on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch too. Whereas the score has since been deleted, it was noticed and tweeted by Gematsu. It’s presently marked with a launch date of July 26, which is presumably short-term. Doom 1, 2, and 3 have been launched on current-gen consoles on July 26 as an alternative, so there may be the chance this is a mistake. However, the outline given for the game is right for Doom 64’s story. Moreover, it doesn’t match the game’s previous box art or advertising – but it surely does match a line from the game’s manual, which is an obscure thing to dig up if this score is a mistake.