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Doom 64 is On the Epic Games Store this Week To Claim For Free


QuakeCon 2022 is about to kick off in just a couple of hours, and even the Epic Games Store is joining in on the festivities. Doom 64 is the latest freebie available from the store via its weekly giveaway promotions, offering the 2020 updated version of this originally 1997-released classic shooter.

Delivered solely for the Nintendo 64 once upon a time, Doom 64 is an immediate spin-off of the occasions of Doom II. This refreshed variant for present-day stages acquires upgraded visuals, redid mouse and console controls, support for widescreen goals, and regulators, and even adds "Lost Levels" for significantly more happiness. Here's the setting of this classic, as described by the developer:

Years have passed since you stopped Hell’s invasion of Earth. Quarantined for humanity’s safety, the UAC research facilities on Mars were abandoned and forgotten...until now. A signal from a degraded satellite suggests a single entity remains, and it has the power to resurrect the demons.

Doom 64 screenshot

When not on sale, Doom 64 usually costs $4.99. Here are the minimum requirements:

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-750
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: R7 240 | GTX 660 | Intel HD 530

'Destruction 64' is accessible for nothing on the Epic Games Store

The following flood of free Epic Games Store titles has been uncovered during the current week, and it incorporates the upgraded form of Doom 64.


Legendary Games has divulged the most recent clump of allowed-to-play titles that players can get their hands on. Beginning today (August 18) until August 25 at 4PM GMT, players can snatch first-individual shooter exemplary Doom 64, as well as the Boom Boxer Content pack for Iron Galaxy Studios' Rumbleverse.


This duplicate of Doom 64 is the upgraded rendition of the first game that was delivered on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The game's retail cost on the Epic Games store was sitting at £3.99, however, clients will have seven days to guarantee the title for free. Meanwhile, the Rumbleverse downloadable substance (DLC) pack is a group which incorporates the select 'Blast Boxer' set - a total outfit - a restrictive title card foundation and boundary, as well as a 120-minute interactivity Fame supporter for players.


Rumbleverse, which is a 40-man brawler royale, is now allowed to play on the Epic Games Store, however the extra is a pleasant expansion for players as happy packs typically range from £3.99 to £15.99.


That is not all. From August 25 through to September 1, players can likewise guarantee Rings Of Pain from Humble Games, the roguelike card slithering system game that was delivered back in 2020.


The Doom 64 giveaway on the Epic Games Store will remain live through August 25, with Ring of Pain coming next. Players of the free-to-play battle royale Rumbleverse can also claim a premium content pack this week too.

Source: Neowin

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