This is how the map creation tool works in ‘DOOM’

DOOM is an upcoming project from developer Bethesda Softworks that will be released on May 13 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, and will introduce this popular video game series for the first time in the current generation, offering new mechanics in both the individual section like in multiplayer.

Regarding the latter we probably have more replayability than ever, thanks to the SnapMap tool that will be included in the multiplayer and offers several creative options for players themselves to develop and share their own levels, a process that apparently has been simplified quite a bit in terms of design, although the depth of the positions of the objects will have a different success in each creation.

SnapMap can be used to create maps in modes game like survival with zombies, defend the tower or even create the necessary conditions to play basketball games with grenades, to increase diversity. Of course, if you don’t want to squeeze all your creativity into this installment, you can also create simple levels focused on duel battles to the death.

You can take a look at the SnapMap tool in action below:


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