Bethesda’s Doom is now Open Beta – free of charge testing of the game up to April 17 (pictures and videos)

One of the most famous titles in the gaming world that became a hit in the last century is being continued into a multiplayer battle. The Doom game made its first steps back in 1993, and a year ago we shared with you that the American Michael Jordan (not the one you’re thinking about) managed to start the game on a printer.

We are happy to find that the title is not the same as the one we saw on mr. Jordan’s printer. On the contrary, it is a concept of the famous company Bethesda which created Fallout 4 – one of the most long-awaited games on the market. The new gaming experience in the Doom fashion is in Open beta which means that you can test the game free of charge. Unfortunately, the time is restricted – the beta starts from today and ends after two days – which is more than enough for you to build an opinion for a potential purchase. It is available not only for computers, but also for PS4 and Xbox One, and the official release is on May 13.


The beta version contains two maps and two modes, including a total of 12 players, or 6 characters per team, whose mission, of course, is to “ruin” its opponents. Considering that this is a beta version, be prepared for “laggy” gameplay or some ridiculous scenes. You can download it from Steam or from the following link (again leading to Steam’s shop):

We are already aware of the recommended requirements:

OSWindows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit)
CPUIntel Core i7-3770 or better / AMD FX-8350 or better
GPUNVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (4GB) / AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB)
DirectXVersion 11 (which means that you won’t be able to start the game on Windows XP)

Considering the recommended system requirements, you may have a look at some powerful configurations like these:



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