- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player) (12 Player Online)
- Release Date
- 13th May 2016
- 13th May 2016
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Feature Support
- Official Site
It wasn't until Wolfenstein: The New Order that we noticed how homogeneous first-person shooters have become over the past decade. The genre's certainly made strides forward, but from a big picture perspective, we've spent the past decade or so taking cover and performing pot-shots to reach our objectives. However, MachineGames'...
Looks pretty awesome, all things considered
Thanks to the tireless efforts of the video game documentary channel, Noclip, today we got a look at some never-before-seen footage of the cancelled, and somewhat mysterious, DOOM 4. DOOM 4 was a project developed by id Software that was officially announced in 2008 before disappearing, being reworked,...
Coming on 6th August
There’s good news for PlayStation Now subscribers: Bethesda is bringing DOOM, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and Fallout 4 to the service from 6th August. The publisher announced the all-star selection of software during a panel at QuakeCon. As these are all native PlayStation 4 games, you’ll have the option to either download...
Ripping it in 4K
Looking for a reason to replay one of 2016's greatest, DOOM? You may well have that kick up the butt now thanks to an update hitting tomorrow that will bump the first-person shooter's resolution up to 4K on the PlayStation 4 Pro. Take a look at the trailer above that reminds us just how good that soundtrack was two years back. Will...
Room for DOOM
Things could have gone badly wrong for DOOM. After a long development time, a severe lack of single player footage, and a complete absence of reviews on launch day, the title relied on word of mouth throughout its first week of availability. Is it any good? What's the campaign like? Has the multiplayer been improved since its beta?...
Hitting the right notes
Another year gone. Times flies, doesn't it? 2016 may have been, erm, less than stellar in a lot of respects, but the games industry was by no means one of the problems. Quality reigned supreme across so many titles it's hard to keep track. Not to be left behind, though, was the music from these games, which delivered some top...
Forged through fire
While DOOM may stand well enough on its own legs with its formidable campaign, its multiplayer options are solid treats on the side to conduct your next demon-slaying forays. However, one thing that these additional modes lack in various ways is more variety, and thankfully id Software is appropriately addressing these concerns...
Shareware was a big deal when DOOM first started out, so Bethesda's trying to bring back some of that love – by basically releasing a demo for the FPS on the PlayStation Store. The trial – which features the first level from the critically acclaimed campaign – is available on the PlayStation 4 right now, so give it a go if you want...
We've been to Hell and back – and all you're getting is this lousy DOOMvideo review. While reviewer Joey Thurmond is still busy thoroughly investigating every last crevice of the underworld, yours truly has returned from Hades with a tale to tell. Watch on as we walk you through id Software's unashamedly old-school FPS – and come...
DOOM wastes no time setting out its stall. There a pentagram, a pistol, and one of Satan's soldiers. Pew, pew – off we go. Extremely late review copies mean that we've only just managed to get our hands on id Software's key card collecting sim – but does this unashamedly old-school FPS make a strong first impression? We're about three or so...
No guts no glory
DOOM's out in just a couple of days on PlayStation 4, so it's nice of Bethesda to release some new gameplay footage while we sit here waiting for our review copy to arrive. Snark aside, we're hoping that the shooter's single player campaign is up to snuff, because what we've seen of it so far has looked promising. In the game's...
DOOM® returns as a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter experience. Relentless demons, impossibly destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement provide the foundation for intense, first-person combat.