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Doom 4 Not Delayed... NOT Delayed.

Posted on Friday, October 21 @ 11:23:00 PST by

Last night rumors flew about that Rage's rocky trip across the wasteland of video game retail had given Bethesda cause to "indefinitely postpone" id Software's Doom 4. Not so says Bethesda VP of PR and Marketing Pete Hines:

Re: Doom 4 rumor, games are done when they are done and no title under development at id has been postponeindefinitely or otherwise.

If you didn't already know, I'll explain something to you. The only reason id Software ever joined up with Bethesda is because Bethesda lets their developers take all the time in the world with their projects. Seriously. How long do you think The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been in development? YEARS. Rage was in the oven since 2007 and Doom 4 was first announced in 2008.

Don't worry, you'll have you next helping of alien hellspawn eventually.

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