Dying Of The Light: Doom 4 & Rage 2â?²s Alleged Development Woes
The now Zenimax/Bethesda-owned id have been eerily quiet since Rage met a mixed reception and underwhelming sales. I quite liked it, non-ending aside ' it might have nothing on BioShock Infinite's visual majesty, but the people-filled non-combat hubs between its more tunnelish combat were more convincingly alive than Columbia's Auton population. In any case, Rage wasn't the combeback Carmack and co needed, leaving us hoping that the in theory forthcoming Doom 4 would be. Half a decade on, there's neither hide nor hair of it to be seen, and alleged sources close to the project have told Kotaku why that could be. Clearly there's something in it, as it prompted Bethesda's Pete Hines to acknowledge that id had indeed switched to making 'a new version' of Doom 4 after an earlier one 'did not exhibit the quality and excitement that Id and Bethesda intend to deliver.'
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