Not satisfied with bringing the first three DOOMs to consoles of the current generation, Bethesda also seems to have plans to also revitalize the classic DOOM 64, according to a PEGI registry recently located by Gematsu.
The registry in question, which recommends the game only for over 16 years, only cites versions for PC and PS4, although we definitely should not rule out that it also ends up publishing on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Since this kind of evaluations takes place shortly before launch of the game, we assume that we can get out of doubt soon.
For those who are not familiar with this program, DOOM 64 is a continuation of DOOM 2 that came to Nintendo 64 in 1997, by the hand of Midway. Unfortunately, it failed to gain popularity or the sales that the previous ones had.
PEGI has rated DOOM 64 for PS4 and PC. This was in addition to ratings of DOOM (1993) and DOOM II (Classic). There's no DOOM 3 rating. pic.twitter.com/5CtEBtV61X
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