A new patch for Doom that adds 4K support for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X will be released tomorrow, March 29.
Bethesda shared the news in a post on its official website. The publisher also released a new trailer for the 4K update, which you can watch below:
A handful of screenshots showcasing id Software’s first-person shooter running in 4K were also revealed, but aside from the resolution boost, no other improvements were mentioned. Check out the images in the gallery below:
Doom was released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2016 and for Nintendo Switch this past November. Last July, Bethesda scrapped the game’s Season Pass and gave away all of Doom’s multiplayer DLC for free.
If you’re planning to brave your way through id Software’s brutal FPS in 4K when the patch goes live this week, be sure to head over to IGN’s Doom wiki guide, which has a detailed walkthrough and plenty of tips and tricks.
Alex Osborn is a freelance writer for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @alexcosborn.