If you have the right hardware.
Doom Eternal is already one of this year’s most awaited games, and a recent announcement by the developers (in an interview with IGN) could get PC gamers even more excited about the game. Developer id Software has just said that the game is capable of running up to 1000 frames per second, which signifies a new performance jump on PC games.
For the longest time, we’ve always been happy getting 30 or even 60 fps on a game, making it smoother and even more visually convenient to play. With Doom Eternal’s new range of features that included detailed environments and improved hardware compatibility, it meant that the right hardware, you can easily reach the 1000 fps the company is hyping about.
Doom Eternal has also been made so that it can give the smoothest performance possible – and that includes support for 144 Hz and even 240 Hz refresh rates. PC gamers, of course, will be the best audience to benefit from this feature, considering that PC hardware has gotten more powerful over the years. For console gamers, you’d be locked at 60 fps, but that’s not exactly a bad thing when you look at it.
Doom Eternal will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia and Xbox One on March 20th, 2020. A Nintendo Switch version is also being planned which will be released later this year.