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Doom 1 and 2 re-releases get 60fps support, plus John Romero’s Sigil

Doom 3 was fine, though (Pic: Bethesda)
After a rocky launch, the Doom and Doom 2 re-releases now boast additional add-ons, including an unofficial fifth episode called Sigil.
With the hotly-anticipated Doom Eternal delayed till March this year, eager fans have had to turn to older titles to get their fix of ripping and tearing the forces of Hell. Unfortunately, the modern console and PC re-releases of the original Doom and Doom 2 were plagued by a number of technical issues when they released last summer.
Bethesda has since addressed these issues, and more, with a series of updates that are now live for every version of the two games. For starters, they all run at 60 frames per second, which is quite the upgrade compared to the original 35fps.
Other quality-of-life additions have also been made, such as a quick save feature, a level select, a weapon carousel, and a quick weapon select.

Arguably the most exciting one is the support for add-ons. Hand-picked from the community by Bethesda, these can be downloaded for free from the main menu for both games, and Bethesda has even stated it plans to continue supporting them.
‘We will continue to add content that is a mixture of official Doom and Doom 2 add-ons, as well as some of the best community episodes and megawads released for the original Doom games. We’ve curated the initial list and will be asking you guys for your picks for best community made wads soon!’
One especially intriguing add-on comes from original Doom designer John Romero himself. Titled Sigil, it’s considered an unofficial fifth episode, and comes with nine new single-player levels and nine new deathmatch levels.
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If you’re a PC user and already own the two games on Bethesda.net, you should find two new games in your library: Doom Classic (2019 release) and Doom 2 (2019 release). And if you haven’t bought them yet, doing so will net you both the original DOS-based release and the version that comes with all the updates.
A full list of the updates and fixes can be found on Bethesda’s website .
The Doom and Doom 2 re-releases are available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch.

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