Bethesda Softworks has made an important detail about the next installment in the popular Doom franchise specifying how long the single player campaign is going to be. Compared with other FPS of the moment, the life-span of this game is intended rather convincing.
Expected since several years, Doom will be the fourth in the popular series of FPS from id Software. This new album will propose a graphics rendering exploited by the id Tech 6 and that, in a single player campaign and multiplayer modes.
Until the release of the game in a few months, the publisher Bethesda Softworks has revealed the life-span of the single player mode via the official Twitter account of the game. Pointing out that the level of difficulty is a factor not to be overlooked, the publisher specified that an average of 13 hours will be needed to finish the main campaign of the game.
Compared with other shooters of the time, it is a life-span more than correct. We bet that the quality of the growth will be better crafted than in the previous installment, the latter being often judged by gamers as sluggish enough in its rhythm.
Remember, Doom will be released on May 13, 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
.@Unreal389 The difficulty level plays a factor, but folks playing at the office average 13+ hours in the campaign
— DOOM (@DOOM) February 11, 2016