Video: Arena shooters are back, if the new DOOM is any indication. It looks pretty great, too — today's new trailer showcases the shotguns, sniper rifles and demon transformations that will take centre stage in DOOM's multiplayer modes. The road to this new DOOM has been rocky, to put things mildly, so it will be fascinating to see how the game turns out when it hits PC/PS4/XB1 on May 13. They're holding a closed beta from March 31 to April 3 — which will finally include those of us who bought Wolfenstein — so we'll finally be able to play the game then.
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Video game enthusiasts often muse about the secrecy surrounding game development, which is at times treated as if it were operated by the NSA. Over the weekend, one developer offered an interesting take. Game developers are secretive because being open can lead to too much toxicity.