Bethesda’s running a DOOM Twitch stream tomorrow all about the single-player

Following some pretty intense fan backlash after last fortnight’s DOOM multiplayer open beta, Bethesda are switching gears. The Fallout publisher will be running a Twitch stream tomorrow morning to spotlight the game’s “intense” single-player campaign.

The stream kicks off at 4am AEST because of course it does, and will be hosted by DOOM‘s executive producer Marty Stratton and creative director Hugo Martin. We’re keen to see if there are any major design differences between the single- and multi-player components as they were built by different, in-house teams.

In case you couldn’t be stuffed getting up at the early — and let’s be real, a 4am wake up call is a pretty harsh way to start a Friday — the stream will be archived immediately so you can watch it on demand.

The stream will be broadcast via Bethesda’s official Twitch channel and you can find that here.

DOOM releases May 13 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

David Smith

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