The developer released DOOM Eternal in 2020 for PC and consoles, followed by two parts of its expansion over the next year.
Bethesda is celebrating this year's QuakeCon with a Steam sale as well as the addition of several classic titles on PC Game Pass.
id Software has announced major changes to how it is selling games from the Doom and Quake franchises. There will also be new bundles for both franchises.
id Software and documentary-maker Noclip have released early gameplay footage for the cancelled DDOM 4 project, as well as some early footage from DOOM (2016)'s development.
The shooter's newest Switch update also adds BATTLEMODE 2.0, a new playable demon, as well as new Master Levels.
id Software is currently hiring a combat designer for its next game, which looks to be yet another entry in the rebooted DOOM franchise.
Quake's latest free update adds a new Horde mode that can be played either solo or co-op, as well as a new set of stages.
Several new job openings at id Software suggest that the developer is working on what could potentially be a Quake revival.
BattleMode 2.0 is also live with the Dread Knight added as a new playable demon, streak-based matchmaking, and the new Stronghold map.
Update 6.66 delivers the highly anticipated Horde Mode along with BattleMode 2.0 which receives a new arena and streak-based rewards.
A new update for Quake's recent expanded re-release has added 4K and 120 FPS support to the game on current-gen machines.
Classic Quake returns with an enhanced port sure to please fans and newcomers alike.
The next update looks to add and overhaul several things, and is said to be out soon.
Head of Xbox Phil Spencer recently talked about the legacy and impact of Quake on the industry at large during QuakeCon 2021.
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.
The original Quake has been updated with dynamic lighting, depth of field and much more. It's out later for Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
The classic FPS could be receiving a remaster for current and previous gen platforms, with a possible announcement at QuakeCon 2021.
It seems the collection of shooters, compiling several DOOM titles, is coming to the Switch. An official announcement is yet to be made.
The arena shooter seems to be in line for a comeback, with new content being contributed by Wolfenstein developer MachineGames.
id Software also celebrates the 25th anniversary of Quake while the Fallout 76 team offers an in-depth look at Fallout Worlds.