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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:07pm 12/12/19 | 0 Comments
With the addition of community-created WAD support coming to the recently released anniversary editions of the original Doom an Doom II available on consoles. Very cool.

The addition of Final Doom, the major post-release add-on from 1996 that brings several new levels, sees the most well-known WAD come to consoles. Perhaps more interesting though is the addition of SIGIL, which came out earlier this year and comes from one of the original developers - the long-haired one himself, John Romero. Who spent time over the last couple of years created a whole new campaign and set of levels for Doom.

Here's the SIGIL trailer.

The announcements came via a recent Doom anniversary stream (which you can watch here) - but no word on when the update will arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch other than "soon". In other classic Doom news, the stream also revealed that aspect ratio options will be coming in a future update.

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