The DOOM showing at QuakeCon was "to show something to [id Software fans] that gives them the confidence that it is still a viable studio that’s doing really cool stuff, that is making a game you want to play, and is treating Doom with the care and respect that you want," Bethesda's Pete Hines tells PC Gamer in explaining why they don't plan on revealing any more about the next installment in the shooter series before next year. He also throws cold water on hopes they will release the video of what was shown to attendees, saying, "I don’t think there's any way that happens." He says they normally would not show the game at this state at all to be "digested, and gone through frame-by-frame and getting nitpicked to death." Now having shown it to a select few, they will go quiet again until 2015. "And now we’re going to go away and go back to making the game," he explains. "But to be able to counter other people talking about us and we’re sort of just sitting here staying silent, or operating from this negative space of like, ‘Oh, it got rebooted, oh it’s in trouble.’ All of that stuff just bothered the hell out of me."
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