Bethesda rejects Mick Gordon allegations as ‘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 Softworks has responded to allegations made last week by Doom Eternal composer Mick Gordon (opens in new tab), saying that Gordon “mischaracterized and misrepresented” the situation “with a one-sided and unjust account of the facts of the case.”

Problems between Gordon, an acclaimed composer with credits on multiple Bethesda games and numerous others, and Doom studio id Software came to light in 2020 following the release of the Doom Eternal OST. Gordon effectively disavowed it

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