Two of the most iconic first-person shooters of all time are now available for mobile devices. Announced just earlier today at the QuakeCon 2019 keynote presentation, both Doom and Doom 2 have been given proper ports for iOS and Android phones, and both games are available to download and play starting today.
As can be seen in the new re-release trailer featured above, the announcement of Doom and Doom 2 on mobile devices coincides with the announcement of the first three Doom games on all modern consoles — the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and even the Nintendo Switch.
Both Doom and Doom 2 are available to download starting today through the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store, where they are priced at $4.99 each. Apparently neither game features any kind of in-app advertising or microtransactions, and the Google Play Store listing for Doom 2 indicates that the game includes the Master Levels as well as local four-player multiplayer and co-op. That’s right, multiplayer remains intact on mobile devices.
To stay on top of the latest news from this year’s QuakeCon, be sure to stop by Shacknews’ QuakeCon 2019 home page. The Shack crew also happens to be on-site at this year’s convention, so players can also live news and other breaking coverage by following Shacknews on Twitter.