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With Bethesda confirming that anyone who currently owns and plays either DOOM Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online will get a free next-gen upgrade "when those versions are available". Bethesda is also working to ensure backwards compatibility at launch, meaning that the spruced up versions may come a bit later.

In terms of what that might look like, well here's DOOM Eternal running on PC at Ultra Nightmare detail settings at 4K 60fps. Though on a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti it hovers at around 100-fps. With the Xbox Series X supporting adaptive sync and 4K 120fps -- here's hoping id Software go all out with different performance options.

Even with YouTube compression - the above is of course a definite and noticeable visual improvement over the current-gen console versions of DOOM Eternal. And even with 4K HDR support the PC version of ESO runs a lot better than the console releases too. As for the exact enhancements coming, Bethesda notes, "We’ll have more information to share in the coming weeks and months about The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 including expected release windows and a list of enhancements".

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