Doom 1 and Doom two players will no longer be needed to login to BethesdaNet in order to play.
Players of Doom 1 and Doom two can now skip the BethesdaNet login requirement thanks to a new patch.
Bethesda released the patch yesterday (thanks, GamesRadar) and it also removed the disconnect notification in the course of gameplay.
We’ve deployed a patch for the re-releases of DOOM and DOOM II, which now adds an alternative to skip the Bethesda net login requirement and removes the disconnect notification in the course of gameplay. pic.twitter.com/KtlbRvmRyJ
— Bethesda (@bethesda) August 15, 2019
The improvement group is also operating on a a lot more permanent repair to “further cut down the visibility of the optional login.”
At QuakeCon, Doom 1-two had been released on PS4, Switch and Xbox 1. Players quickly discovered out they required to take the additional login step in order to play.
Bethesda stated at the time the BethesdaNet login was meant to be optional, not a requirement. The firm had integrated the additional step for the Slayers Club, which rewards members for playing Doom titles.
The subsequent title in the series, Doom Eternal, releases November 22 for Computer, PS4, Switch, and Xbox 1.