DOOM And DOOM II No Longer Require A Bethesda.Net Account To Be Played

DOOM And DOOM II No Longer Require A Bethesda.Net Account To Be Played

DOOM And DOOM II No Longer Require A Bethesda.Net Account To Be Played

Bethesda has announced that the recently re-released DOOM and DOOM II can now be played without forcing players to create a Bethesda.Net account.

By the end of July, bethesda surprised us all — during this year's QuakeCon — by revealing that the original DOOM, DOOM II, and DOOM 3 would be re-releasing on home consoles and even mobile devices.

The surprised wouldn't end there, sadly, since users started noticing that DOOM and DOOM II forced players to create a Bethesda.net account in order to play the games. This was especially problematic for Nintendo Switch users, since they couldn't play the games without an internet connection; defeating the purpose of the console's portability.

Today, Bethesda has announced that they've released a patch for both DOOM and DOOM II, which has completely removed the requirement to have a Bethesda.net account while playing the games, as well as the disconnect notification while the gameplay session is still active.

Bethesda also revealed that they are currently working on a fix that will reduce the optional login's visibility, although they don't know when exactly this new patch will become available. Now, all they need to do is work on the music and give fans the proper DOOM experience.





Play the games that started it all: DOOM, DOOM II, and DOOM 3 are available now on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4! DOOM and DOOM II are also now available on iOS and Android!

DOOMDOOM II, and DOOM 3 are currently available for the PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, iOS, and Android.
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