Since the new Doom is supposed to be released in just a few days, Bethesda found the opportunity to give out some launch details about it. As such, you will need to have a 64-bit version of your OS, be it Windows 7, 8 or even 10. The PC has to be equipped with an Intel Core processor, at least the i5-2400/AMD FX-8320, and a Nvidia GTX 670 – 2 GB, or an AMD Radeon HD 7870 – 2 GB, or even a more performant card. Other requirements are Steam activation and a good broadband internet connection if you want to play multiplayer and the SnapMap. Moreover, you will need a 8 GB RAM GPU, and 55 GB free on the HDD. The game contains a single disc, and you will need to download some extra files from Steam in order to be able to run the game, but they won’t amount to more than 45 GB.
You can pre-load the game on Xbox One, while the PlayStation 4 and the PC users can do that starting with May 11. Those who play on a console will need to have minimum 50 GB of free space, while the PC needs to have at least 45 GB.
If you were wondering when is the game going to be launched, you can be sure that if you want a PC version and you live in Australia/ New Zealand, North America, Europe and Japan/rest of Asia, you will get it on May 13. New Zealand, Australia, North America, Europe and Asia will receive the Xbox One and the PlayStation version on the same date, except for Japan, who will only get it on the 18th of May (local time).
All in all, it remains to be seen whether the game will rise to the height of the expectations or not.
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