The upcoming Doom 3: BFG Edition will have the "best implementation of stereoscopic 3D" seen "in a game so far," according to id Software producer Eric Webb.
"It's interesting when you're playing; you almost lose all of your peripheral vision and get sucked into the experience," said Webb.
"I'd go so far as to say it's the best implementation of stereoscopic 3D I've seen in a game so far. It really does draw you in."
Webb also revealed that the included versions of Doom and Doom 2, which was included in the original limited edition Doom 3, will run at 60 frames per second, even in multiplayer.
"They are pretty much straight ports, but I will say that they run really fast at 60 frames per second, even with four-player split screen play going on," said Webb. "If you've got a big TV that's really going to stand out. The guys basically wrote it from scratch to get it working on PS3."
The BFG edition is an enhanced version of the 2004 entry of id Software's iconic FPS franchise, which will bundle remastered visuals, 3D support, an updated checkpoint system, achievements, Doom and Doom II, the Resurrection of Evil expansion and seven all new levels called the "Lost Mission".
The epic BFG edition will be released for the 360, PS3 and PC on October 19.
By Nathan Misa- Writer Bio