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Thursday, 17 July 2008 10:35

Doom 4 will feature better graphics than Rage

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Almost like a new game

 

Although both Rage and Doom 4 use the same id Tech 5 technology, John Carmack claims that Doom 4 will be so detailed that it will appear as if it ran on a "totally new game engine.“

Apparently, while Rage runs at 60 frames per second, Doom 4 is planned to run at 30 frames per second, which will enable id Software to throw "three times as much horsepower“ at it.

There's no mention of a release date, but since Tech-5 based Rage will come to PC, PS3, XboX 360 and Mac, that means that we’ll most likely see Doom 4 on at least two of these.

More details are expected at Quakecon event, toward the end of July.

You can read more here.

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