Doom 4 Preview Exclusive to QuakeCon Attendees – Won’t be Posted Online

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The Doom 4 preview shown at QuakeCon will not be made available online.

At E3 Bethesda showed us the tiniest Doom 4 teaser, and promised there would be more at QuakeCon. Well, if you want to get a glimpse of that preview, you had better hope you have a Quakecon ticket, as the preview that Bethesda shows at the con will be exclusive to attendees – with no screenshots or trailers posted online.

“This an exclusive thing we are doing for attendees as part of our annual QuakeCon Welcome presentation,” said Bethesda on the Bethblog today. “We’ll have plenty more to show everyone at a later date, but we didn’t want another QuakeCon to go by without doing something special for the amazing QC community and id supporters that have been with us for more than 20 years.”

Bethesda confirmed that none of the event will be live-streamed, meaning the only way you can see it is to physically be at the convention. “QuakeCon will be the only place for fans to check out the new Doom game.”

While we’re certain someone will take some footage of it with their smartphones, and Bethesda will eventually release it to the public, for now, getting yourself a QuakeCon ticket is the only way to see the preview.

Source: Polygon

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