This is how the unbridled action of DOOM 64 on current consoles will look
Bethesda confirmed that the exclusive title of Nintendo 64, in effect, would arrive at the same time as the launch of DOOM Eternal. Unfortunately, the announcement was stifled by the delay of the new installment of the DOOM Marine. A few days after that news, Bethesda shared a trailer to formally announce the adaptation to current systems.
As you can see in the video below, you can be sure that this reissue will be true to the original version, as it will not present major changes to the gaming experience. For this installment that debuted in 1997, Midway Games, its developer, modified the engine used in DOOM II and id Software was responsible for overseeing the project. DOOM 64 came exclusively to Nintendo 64 and the events that occur in the game tell a story after the DOOM II events. The essence of the series is distinguished in this title, but some aspects of the game system were modified.
Something you should know if you want to enjoy this relaunch is that it will not be necessary to have a Nintendo console to enjoy it. What we mean is that it will be on sale on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, in addition to Nintendo Switch, on March 20, 2020. But there is better news, because you can get the free title as part of a pre-sale incentive of DOOM Eternal. That said, after 22 years DOOM 64 will no longer be exclusive. On the other hand, although DOOM Eternal will arrive at Google STADIA, it seems that users of the service will not receive the adaptation.