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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 07:30

BFG Edition of Doom 3 might have come to Wii U

Written by David Stellmack

Would have been nice to release additional formats

John Carmack of id Software fame admits in speaking with Go Nintendo that a Wii U version of Doom 3” BFG Edition could have been released if there had been enough time. Carmack admits that he would love to see the game on as many consoles as possible, but time is not on his side.

The news from Carmack indicating that a Wii U version is possible isn’t a surprise; after all, the technology is there to make it happen and the performance is good enough. What Carmack does not say is if they are porting the id Tech 5 engine to the Wii U, or whether they have any projects planned for the Wii U.

You never know: it still could end up on the Wii U (as well as other platforms) if it shows signs of being successful in its remastered re-release.

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