The developers of DOOM knew exactly what they wanted to make: a game where you shoot demons, lots of them, with minimal hassle from cutscenes or forced walking sections. And, wow, have they succeeded. This is an old-school arena shooter at heart, and is missing many of the hallmarks of your typical military FPS. There is no regenerating health. Levels are open and built around exploration, platforming, and light puzzle solving. You can carry as many weapons as you like. But it supplements the classic DOOM formula with innovative new mechanics, including the visceral “glory kill” melee attacks which allow you to stylishly finish off your foes while gaining back health and ammo. This is a game where you do one thing, but are provided with the tools and abilities to make that one thing endlessly entertaining. You get lots of weapons and each of them is distinct, every upgrade useful in its own way. The variety of demon types is impressive, each one requiring a different strategy to take down, and they are always spawning. Tons of fun!!!
This game is developed by id Software, the publisher is Bethesda Softworks. This is the forth title in the line, the release date was in May of 2016. It's available for Windows, PS4, and Xbox One and powered by id Tech 6. The plot is based around and unnamed Marine, who battles demons that have been unleashed from an Aero Space corperation. It takes place on a futuristic colonized planet Mars. The gameplay is fast, much like the first two in the series, as compered to the third. It allows for an online multiplayer experience and also a level editor.