Doom 4 has just been unveiled to attendees at this year’s QuakeCon, but it’s simply called Doom and can also be seen as a reboot of the venerable franchise. No media has been released at all as the reveal was exclusive to QuakeCon attendees. It’s likely that will change in the coming weeks; possibly even before or during Gamescom in August.
The good news is that various journalists were present at the reveal, so we have some information on the new Doom thanks to tweets and write-ups. Id seems to be getting back to what made the original Doom and Doom 2 so successful: fast-paced combat with hordes of enemies. Attendees got to see two live gameplay sessions running on a PC, and during each there was plenty of running and gunning, and a lot of strafing to avoid fiery projectiles and plasma attacks from Hell Knights.