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Friday, 03 August 2012 07:53

No hint for release of Doom 4

Written by David Stellmack



“Done when it’s done”, says Carmack


In typical id Software fashion, co-founder and technical genius John Carmack offered no hint of when Doom 4 might finally be ready for release. According to Carmack, it will be “…done when it’s done,” which by tradition is the way that id Software has always operated when it comes to announcing release dates.

Carmack confirmed that he has turned his attention away from mobile because it is all hands on deck for Doom 4. Carmack offered that, “Essentially everybody will be focused on Doom 4.” Carmack said that he did hope to get back to mobile in the future, but “…the real aim is triple-A titles, and for id that means Doom 4.”

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