Yes, id Software is still working on that Doom sequel, and yes, the studio has finally shown the first few snippets of it. Today's teaser trailer doesn't reveal a whole lot, but it does give us a taste of what's to come: huge, heavily armed hell-beasts and old-school door noises.
The gloomy text at the end says "reveal QuakeCon 2014," so we'll probably see more of the game next month. This year's QuakeCon is going down between July 17 and July 20 in Dallas, Texas.
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