Doom Eternal receives an extensive Day One update. As the website Twistedvoxel reports, the download size of the patch 1.01 is 5.1 gigabytes. The patch notes for the Doom Eternal Update are not yet available. It therefore remains to be seen which screws id Software has tweaked before the release. The new first person shooter will be released on March 20 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The switch version will appear at a later date. The developers also confirm that Doom Eternal runs on consoles at 60 fps.
The developers of id Software publish a day-one update for Doom Eternal. Like the website Twistedvoxel.com reported, the download size of patch 1.01 is around 5.1 gigabytes. The patch notes are not yet available. It remains to be seen what changes the Day One update will play for the upcoming first person shooter. As soon as we have the changelog with the innovations, you will find out here as usual. In our news area we will keep you up to date as usual.
Shortly before the release the developers confirm also that the first person shooter runs on all PS4 and Xbox One models at 60 frames per second (fps). It remains to be seen whether this also applies to the switch version. On the PCs are theoretically up to 1,000 fps possible. Most recently id Software gave the system requirements for Doom Eternal (buy now for € 59.99) known on PC. The list of minimum and recommended System specs for Doom Eternal read this link in a separate article.
The release of Doom Eternal is planned for March 20th. First, the first person shooter for PC, PS4 and Xbox One appears. The switch version comes to one later in the trade. However, there is no date so far. In our big one Preview of Doom Eternal you read a lot of details about the new first person shooter. We have included our current preview video with many game scenes below this message.
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