The Australian Game Classification Board has provided ratings for games that may end up as games Doom Eternal VR.
“Doom Eternal” may eventually appear on Switch, but now it seems that iD Software and Bethesda may be targeting another gaming platform.
The new list of the Australian Classification Board (thanks to PCGamesN) has named a mysterious name “Project 2021A”. According to the list, this interesting, unannounced title was classified as “Virtual Reality” and was listed by the author of iD Software (with Bethesda as publishing duties).Ok
The list also comes with warnings for mild language, strong themes, and violent acts with strong influence-consistent with the classification obtained when “Destruction Eternity” was first released last year.
There is no official statement about any content related to Bethesda or iD Software’s Doom Eternal VR. And-and perhaps more importantly now-there is no project like this in Microsoft’s work, because the company now owns Bethesda and iD.
The company will retain the service that provides the VR port of the super violent shooter; after all, the 2016 version of Doom received its own VR version a year after the restart.
The timing and strategy of iD software will line up. The company has not issued any announcements about what “Project 20221A” might be. The game was released as a console on Xbox Game Pass in October.