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Doom with Mechs, Tanks and Helicopters Looks Like a Fun Time

SGtMarkIV, the creator of the Brutal Doom mod, has posted a new video where he demos another Doom mod of his. It features vehicular (and mecha) combat.

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This is the video. You might wanna lower your volume a bit ‘cause it’s super loud:

There sure is a lot you can still do with the nearly 23-year-old Doom Engine, huh?

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MarkIV says the mod is separate from Brutal Doom, and works with any gameplay mod and map. If you wanna play around with it, there’s a download link in the video’s description. Note that you’ll need a modern source port, either GZDoom or Zandronum 3.0, to run it (in addition to a copy of a Doom game, of course.)

If that sounds complicated, there’s still the video. Fortunately it’s quite long. And loud.

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There already is a mech mod for Doom...

...released six years ago.

Guys, please do more research instead of trying to convince us that SgtMarkIV is the sole innovator of Doom mods. We are all aware of how great Brutal Doom is(even if some assets and code were stolen without credit). We all simply deserve to see the hard work of other Doom modders.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Games/commen…

On the topic of mods, wouldn’t it be cool if Kotaku provided more coverage mods besides Brutal Doom? Like more of the ambitious stuff you find on ModDB and Doomworld?