Something exciting and terrifying

Wouldn't really care if it where released on handhelds, some people would like it some people would hate it, as long as it's multiplatform I dont see whats wrong with Doom 4 on handhelds.

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Goddammit, I'm excited now...

More on the topic, I don't think it will be released on handhelds. Those systems are nowhere near as powerful as home consoles, to say the least.

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Why would it be Doom? How do they reach that conclusion?

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Could be anything, including Fallout 4 and Prey 2.

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Uh Zenimax owns ID not Bethesda. I'd say it was ESO not Doom 4. ESO was pushed back 6 months. But hey let's jump on the OMG Doom 4 train. Its a bigger story.

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geo said:

Uh Zenimax owns ID not Bethesda.


Uh, yeah, they do. They own both.

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geo said:

Uh Zenimax owns ID not Bethesda.

Wikipedia said:
Subsidiaries
Development studios

  • Bethesda Game Studios, established in 2001.
  • ZeniMax Online Studios, founded in 2007.
  • id Software, acquired in June 2009.
  • Arkane Studios, acquired in August 2010.
  • Tango Gameworks, acquired in October 2010.
  • MachineGames, acquired in November 2010.
  • Battlecry Studios, founded in October 2012.
Publishing
  • Bethesda Softworks, acquired in 1999
  • ZeniMax Asia KK (general manager Toru Takahashi)
  • ZeniMax Europe Ltd. (European Managing Director Sean Brennan)
  • ZeniMax Germany GmbH (Managing Director Frank Matzke)
  • ZeniMax France SAS (PrĂ©sident Julie Chalmette)
  • ZeniMax Benelux BV (General Manager Menno Eijck)
  • ZeniMax Asia Pacific Ltd.
  • ZeniMax Australia Pty Ltd
Defunct
  • e-Nexus Studios (internet entertainment).
  • XL Translab (computer graphics & multimedia production). Acquired in 1997 by Bethesda Softworks, defunct date unknown.
  • Vir2L Studios, acquired in 1999, inactive since late 2010.
  • Mud Duck Productions, founded in 2002, inactive since 2007.
  • ZeniMax Los Angeles, founded in 1999, the office was closed in September 2001 due to lack of investor funding.
  • Bethesda Softworks East in Moscow, Russia founded in 2001, closed in 2004.

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Tylerisepic1 said:

Uh, yeah, they do. They own both.


Zenimax owns both Bethesda and ID. That makes them adopted brothers I guess. Wiki for ID Software says:

Type Subsidiary of ZeniMax Media; Limited liability

On June 24, 2009, ZeniMax Media acquired the company.

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Looks like its something called Battle Cry a F2P game.

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I REALLY hope this doesn't turn out to be Doom 4, seeing as it is being released on "last-gen" consoles like the Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3. This release obviously isn't taking full advantage of the modern consoles improved processing power. Using an already old engine like id Tech 5 while developing on old hardware could be yet another red flag for a shitty Doom 4.

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