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The Downfall The franchise has been booming in recent years. Since id Software innovated the series with Doom (2016), they haven’t looked back and developed the non-stop metal mania slayer action.
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They followed with Doom Eternal, which many fans believe is the best episode yet. It adds to the intense action and adds to the lore, which wasn’t one of the brightest aspects – but that’s fine because the horror franchise more than makes up for it in the shooting department.
Before those modern-day titles, however, there was Doom 3. It has a fairly loyal following – to this day – and was well received when it launched in 2004. At the time, his graphics were quite innovative. It also brought out a unique survival horror feel that the series previously lacked in installments. It was then that id Software really began to change the game in the shooter space.
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If you’ve enjoyed this game over the years, you’ll be delighted because a VR edition is coming out on March 29th. This emerges from an official trailer announcing the first-person immersion that allows returning players to enjoy hellish demon-killing actions like never before.
In addition to the unprecedented VR support, Doom 3 VR will also include the expansions The Lost Mission and Resurrection of Evil. That’s a lot of horror content that will keep you from enjoying this game from a new perspective with a VR headset.
This new installment of Doom 3 will also feature new VR controls, including unique actions when looking around corners, a 180-degree setting for quick turnaround to catch enemies sneaking up on your marine, and a detailed, wrist-mounted display. They should all promote the excitement and immersion that you can experience during each mission and level.
Even if you’ve played through Doom 3 countless times in the past, this VR edition seems like a remarkable novelty that’s worth checking out here in a couple of weeks.
And if you haven’t had the pleasure of playing this episode, what better way to enjoy the iconic guns and addicting action gunplay than in VR? It will give new meaning to the Slayer and offer more intense moments than if you were there with the hostile demonic forces in real life.
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It’s also nice to see that VR is still getting a lot of support with great games despite a lot of attention being paid to the next generation consoles.