The next update looks to add and overhaul several things, and is said to be out soon.
The second instalment of DOOM Eternal's standalone expansion is finally coming to the Switch, following its initial launch for other platforms earlier this year.
id Software also celebrates the 25th anniversary of Quake while the Fallout 76 team offers an in-depth look at Fallout Worlds.
Issues like crashes on PC when opening the Challenges tab in the Pause menu and Demon players going invisible in BattleMode have been fixed.
id Software took to Twitter to announce the cancellation of the upcoming Invasion Mode for DOOM Eternal, and announced a brand-new Horde mode.
Current-gen console owners can enjoy 4K/60 FPS, 120 FPS and ray tracing modes. Ray tracing has also been added to the PC version.
The update offers support for 4K/60 FPS, 120 FPS and even ray tracing (but not for Xbox Series S). PC players also receive ray tracing support.
"We’re pushing the engine in exciting new ways and we can’t wait for GeForce RTX gamers to experience it," says id Software's Marty Stratton.
id Software previously stated that cosmetics could only be unlocked with XP.
Executive Producer Marty Stratton promises some things are still coming.
Hugo Martin likens it to Sam Raimi having a "Transformers budget" to make an Evil Dead sequel.
id's Hugo Martin says more people finished up the sequel than the 2016 reboot.
Acquire the Hellbreaker and take the fight to the Dark Lord.
Full trailer reveal coming March 17th.
The final battle between the Slayer and Hell's forces is almost here.
Dishonored Definitive Edition, Doom 64, The Evil Within, and more will debut on the service.
Get excited. id Software is teasing a teaser trailer.
Hugo Martin said if it happened, he'd want the feel of each version to be different.
id Software is also working on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrades along with general improvements.
After many delays, Panic Button's port is out now.