There was a DOOM board game released in 2004. This isn't it. This one is brand new. Made by the same company (Fantasy Flight) behind the original, 2016's DOOM is based on the look of the new game, and is modelled a lot more closely on Fantasy Flight's Imperial Assault (right down to the games sharing a designer). With Imperial Assault being awesome, this is good news.
Like IA (and Descent), DOOM is a co-op tactical strategy game (think XCOM), where teams of two to four play as the marines as they engage in turn-based battle with another player, who takes control of all the forces of hell.
While having two to four marines running around isn't very DOOM, this game is making other nods to id's latest, like bringing over the melee execution system.
Most promising, like most FF games these days, are the miniatures, with the base game shipping with 37 characters (four marines, 33 demons) that look very, very good.
It will be out at the end of the year. I'll hopefully have a review of it up not long after.