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Steve Bitto posted a article in Industry NewsBethesda has announced when they will pull the curtain on the next DOOM title. According to a Bethesda Blog post, "fans in attendance at QuakeCon 2014 will have the opportunity to get a sneak peek at what“s been going on with the new game from id Software." Additionally, they pointed out that this will be exclusive for those at the conference. Bethesda justified the exclusive reveal saying, " We didn't want another QuakeCon to go by without doing something special for the amazing QC community and id supporters that have been with us for more than 20 years." QuakeCon will be held in Dallas, Texas July 17-20. DOOM has had a somewhat rocky development cycle thus far. First announced in 2008 then scrapped and restarted in 2011, the up and down title has had fans wondering if they would ever get the chance to see it. Well, it looks like that time has finally come. Keep it locked on Game Podunk for more on this and other gaming news. Source: Bethesda Blog
Are you a creative person who loves messing around with GMod, Skyrim Creation Kit, Source Filmmaker, Unreal Engine, or anything of that sort? If you enjoy modding as well as id Software's RAGE, then today's release of the Rage Tool Kit may be worth looking into. Bethesda's official blog broke the news of the Tool Kit finally being available. It has yet to go live in all regions, but when it does then anyone shall be able to grab it off Steam. This is not a stripped down version of anything but the same tools that id Software used to develop RAGE. A download grants users access to idStudio and all game assets for the title. Unfortunately, all this tech comes at a cost. No, the set is free, but it will take up 35GBs of hard drive space. Of course, RAGE itself is 25GBs and all of those assets are a part of the package. If you're not sure about what the RAGE Tool Kit has to offer then take a look at a PDF which details what to expect.