Sigil will be available for download in February 2019 on a free basis.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the release of the legendary shooter Doom (December 10, 1993), one of its creators John Romero (John Romero) has announced a new global mod (megawad) for this game. It was called Sigil, and its action takes place after the events of the fourth episode of Doom (The Ultimate Doom 1995). The fifth episode includes the first nine levels for the single player and multiplayer modes.
Sigil will be available for download in February of 2019 free of charge, however you will need a copy of the original Doom to run the mod. In addition, for the true fans of the franchise Mr. Romero made two collector’s edition: standard Sigil Big Box for $40 and an exclusive Sigil Beast Box for $166.
Sigil publishing Big Box, in addition to the box with themed artwork by artist Christopher Lovell, includes USB flash drive 16GB-style 3.5 inch floppy disks, two CD with the soundtrack and the game in a Jewel case and a couple of stickers.
Paying $166 you get a huge box, stylized coin, a poster, a t-shirt (size XL), a souvenir in the form of the head of John Romer, impaled on a stake, and a booklet with additional information. Edition boxed versions of Sigil will be limited.
The game was developed for PCs running DOS, but later ported to various platforms, including twelve official versions for game consoles, IBM-incompatible PCs and mobile OS. In addition, enthusiasts run Doom on various programmable calculators, smart watches, on the LCD of the printer, ATMs, oscilloscopes, MP3 players, cameras, e-readers with E-Ink display and even Tabare laptop MacBook Pro.
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