With the right hardware, you could play Doom Eternal a second with a fabulous 1,000 frames.
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id Softwares Engine, currently id Tech 7, is capable of incredible things. Even with the last doom from 2016, 60 fps could be elicited from her with a high level of detail. You can expect nothing less from the successor Doom Eternal, which will appear on March 20. The highly optimized engine, at least in theory, can be pushed to the limit on the PC. According to id Tech's lead programmer, Billy Kahn, Doom Eternal could run at 1,000 fps, provided there is a PC that can do this. How much of it could be recognized is of course questionable.
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"With the id Tech 6, we reached the maximum at 250 fps. In this game, the maximum with the appropriate hardware could be 1,000 fps," Kahn revealed IGN, He also explained some details that have changed compared to Doom (2016). Thanks to id Tech 7, Doom Eternal can display more particles on the screen without sacrificing performance. This is due to the optimized use of the CPU cores.
Together with Doom Eternal, Doom 64 will also appear again on March 20 after 23 years. Pre-orderers get the classic for free.