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    • By Andytizer
      Bethesda appear to have accidentally released the DRM-free exe of Doom Eternal on the Bethesda.net store according to this post on /r/CrackWatch. Within the game package was an exe file which had the Denuvo-free exe. Bethesda have now patched the exe file with the correct Denuvo DRM. 
    • By Andytizer
      The release date of Doom Eternal, previously November 22, 2019, has now been pushed back to March 20, 2020.
      Whilst this is obviously disappointing for PC gamers, extra time to polish a game can never hurt.
      Doom Eternal was also pushed heavily as a launch title for Stadia in November 2019, so this delay will have other ramifications on the platform. However Bethesda are still going to be releasing games on Stadia from their back catalogue: Doom (2016), Rage 2, The Elder Scrolls Online, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
      The information about the delay came in this tweet:
       
    • By Wolfinston
      A patch that includes files that both restore, as well as add, removed, as well as shortened executions back into the game.
       
      Reinstituting both gore effects, as well as blood effects to interrogations, executions, or even simple blood splatters.
       
      It also removes, and clears the image of the "black and white" filter that the game displays when executing enemies after interrogating them.
       
      The patch its also perfectly compatible with the widescreen fix made by "ThirteenAG".
       
       
       
       
      I didn't created the patch, I would give credit to the person that did, but sadly I don't know who, or how many people where involved in the creation of this patch.
    • By ThatOneReaper
      This is the individual IWAD file for the shareware version of Doom. It is the latest version available.
       
      This file was taken from a fresh install of the Doom shareware release.
       
      The shareware come with the first episode "Knee-Deep in the Dead".
       
      Note that this file is meant to be used with a source port of the game. How to Install the file will vary depending on the source port.
       
      Details (and a download link of the original shareware release) can be found on the Doom wiki page.
    • By ThatOneReaper
      Original file: http://www.doomworld.com/classicdoom/info/shareware.php
       
      This is the shareware version of Doom. It is the latest version available.
       
      The shareware come with the first episode "Knee-Deep in the Dead".
       
      Note that this version was designed to work with DOS. To run it under modern systems, DOSBox or a source port is required.
       
      Details (and a download link of the shareware IWAD file) can be found on the Doom wiki page.
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