Bethesda calls Doom Eternal composer’s mistreatment claims a “distortion of the truth”

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Set some time after the events of the 2016 game, the story once again follows the Doomslayer on a mission to stop Hell from swallowing...


Bethesda has responded to recent claims made by composer Mick Gordon, calling his lengthy account of mistreatment while working with id Software on the Doom Eternal soundtrack “one-sided and unjust” and a “distortion of the truth”.


Back in May 2020, Doom Eternal executive producer Marty Stratton took to Reddit to address “speculation and criticism” surrounding the the game’s soundtrack’s release, and admitting to “eroded trust” between Gordon and id Software.


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