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The first details of the new Doom 4
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The first details of the new Doom 4

Design Director for the project Rage Matt Hooper (Matt Hooper) shared his impressions of working on the project Doom 4, which still did not really know. `It would be great. We have so many talented people, and we strongly grown as a company. In this case, we intentionally share the team working on Rage and Doom 4. Working on Rage, we try to make it as best as possible. The guys from other teams doing the same thing & raqu

`It would be great. We have so many talented people, and we strongly grown as a company. In this case, we intentionally share the team working on Rage and Doom 4. Working on Rage, we try to make it as best as possible. The guys from other teams doing the same thing `. `Team Doom 4 should move in its direction. They are doing something that is sure to make fans happy Doom. I try to keep them as far as possible. We are divided enough force to move in different directions in the development process, but we are still connected, so that we can assist each other `. Well, it`s not bad. At the very least, such a creative isolation reduces the chances that the two games the studio would not resemble one another

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