Bethesda Responds to Mick Gordon’s Doom Eternal Allegations

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Doom Eternal

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 composer Mick Gordon’s detailed statement regarding his experiences working on Doom Eternal.

In a statement published online, Bethesda says Gordon’s account of Doom Eternal’s soundtrack development “both mischaracterized and misrepresented the team at id Software” and that Bethesda “Unequivocally support Marty [Stratton], Chad [Mossholder, audio designer] and the team at id Software.”

Bethesda adds that it “reject[s] the distortion of the truth and…

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