The canceled casino slot online bonus138 Doom 4 was apparently going to be wildly different than its predecessors, and a new video of unedited footage shows off just how big of a departure the game could have been.
Released on casino slot online YouTube by casino slot online video game documentary channel Noclip, the footage shows off a much different vibe for the franchise. It shows the player being chased in the sewers by demons crawling on the wall and ceiling, as horror music swells in the background. It gives off more of a survival-horror vibe than the high-octane action of the Doom games. Some of the early prototype footage also evokes memories of Rage, another series developed by id Software.
Doom 4 was officially announced back in 2008. After disappearing from the casino slot online news cycle for a number of years, it was officially re-revealed as Doom, which would go on to launch in 2016.
In our IGN Unfiltered casino slot online interview with id Software Executive Producer Marty Stratton, we learned Doom 4 was abandoned in favor of Doom 2016 because the project was “more Doom in name than really anything.”
“The thing is; it was still good. It was a good casino slot online game. It was still a ways away from launching, so it had a ways to go,” Stratton said at the time. “We were multiple teams at a time… a lot of people were working on Rage and then we… refocused attention around [DOOM] and it just kind of lacked some of those fundamental DOOM things.”
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