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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:11pm 04/09/20 | 1 Comments
With a new update from Bethesda adding 16:9 widescreen support to the official re-releases on DOOM (1993) and DOOM II (1994). And by proper that means, "the original DOOM renderer has been modified to natively render 16:9 without any letterboxing".

Very cool. And to accommodate the new aspect ratio the FOV has been increased so you see more of those classic 90s environments in addition to widescreen updates to the title screens and even those end of mission tallies where you can see just how many secrets you missed. On the account of forgetting where they were.

The 16:9 update also applies to most of the Add Ons available, plus those that own he Ultimate DOOM or DOOM II: Hell On Earth on Steam. This widescreen support comes alongside a broader update to the classic DOOMies, including FPS limits, the option to add a crosshair (sacrilege!), and more.

For the full breakdown of the update - head here.

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Posted 05:10pm 05/9/20
love the update, awesome that they are still keeping the classic alive!
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