Friday, 10 April, 2020

Bethesda will remove online login requirement from Doom re-releases

Bethesda will remove online login requirement from Doom re-releases Bethesda will remove online login requirement from Doom re-releases
Cecil Davis | 30 July, 2019, 10:30

Which makes sense, as on-the-go classic DOOM on the Switch kind of needs to be offline.

It was previously leaked that the Doom 1 and Doom 2 will be offered for £4 while Doom 3 will cost £8. It was one of the most popular games back in the 90s and it was played by anyone and everyone who was a gaming enthusiast. However, controversy erupted soon after the announcement when it emerged that gamers would need to sign in to an online Bethesda account in order to play these games. They will be available across multiple platforms like the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android devices. "The BethesdaNet login requirement was included for the Slayers Club, to reward members for playing the classic Doom games", Bethesda tweeted.

Bethesda has since suggested the feature was an error and explained the login was meant to be optional.

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But Japanese video game website Gematsu noticed a PEGI rating listing for the game on PC and PS4. Before Doom Eternal is released, we should get the Doom 64 as to keep the collection intact. PCGamesN reckons the lack of Doom 64 ports is probably due to the fact it was developed by Midway for Nintendo, rather than by id Software. During Quake-Con 2019, Bethesda did the unthinkable and stealth released the original Doom, Doom II, and the controversial Doom 3.

Next up is the trailer for DOOM II, and much like its predecessor, it brings along additional content in celebration of DOOM's 25th anniversary.

The reaction to the Bethesda.net login requirement led some fans to mock it by photoshopping similar text over unrelated games, like Mortal Kombat, Castlevania, and Kirby's Adventure.