When it came out last year, Doom Eternal astounded on many platforms across the board, including the Nintendo Switch, where it got a truly impressive port. But now Bethesda is saving the best for last, as the game appears to be coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X and PC with an enhanced port.
This comes from a recent tweet, in which Bethesda noted that Doom Eternal would take part in the recent NVIDIA Computex event. Here, the next-gen details were revealed.
So…where do the consoles come in? Well, they weren’t confirmed yet, but there is another showcase coming up where they could be. Microsoft recently announced that it would have a joint E3 press conference alongside Bethesda on Sunday, June 13, around 10:00 AM PDT.
During this time, the companies would reveal what they have planned, primarily for Xbox Series S and X. However, considering Doom Eternal is already available for PlayStation platforms (among others), it likely won’t be shut out as an Xbox Series S/X exclusive for next-gen.
However, there is the off-chance that it could be a timed exclusive for those platforms, before debuting on Sony’s consoles this fall.
We’ll have to see where all the details fall, but fortunately, we’re only a couple of weeks from finding out. But a 60 frames per second/4K-supported version of Doom Eternal certainly wouldn’t hurt in the least. Check out the trailer below if you need to be reminded just how hellaciously beautiful this game is.
Doom Eternal is currently available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
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