Will DOOM 64 stop being exclusive to Nintendo 64?

Will DOOM 64 stop being exclusive to Nintendo 64?

THE Bethesda enjoyed the 25 years of the franchise DOOM to celebrate and bring back the classics DOOM I, II and III for several consoles and even for mobile, thus allowing new generations of gamers to know the games that gave rise to the Doom in its current state. And everything indicates that perhaps the company still has another letter up its sleeve: DOOM 64.

PEGI has rated DOOM 64 for PS4 and PC. This was in addition to ratings of DOOM (1993) and DOOM II (Classic). There’s no DOOM 3 rating. pic.twitter.com/5CtEBtV61X

– Gematsu (@gematsucom) July 26, 2019

According to this tweet from Gematsu, DOOM 64 which was originally launched in 1997 and was exclusive to Nintendo 64 until then, “would” have gained age rating for PC and Playstation 4 . I write “would” because shortly after these data were listed, they were deleted. Which could represent that the game is really going to come out soon or it was just a mistake or someone’s slip.

The game for Nintendo 64 was originally released in April 1997 and was developed and published at the time by Midway Home Entertainment, Inc.

Will we see DOOM 64 new generations also arriving? Was it just a mistake? Recalling that Bethesda has already wavered like that before and until the given moment neither id Software or Bethesda commented on the slide.

We can only wait and see.