Graphics Evolution: From DOOM 1 to DOOM Eternal - this is how the graphics have developed in 27 years
27 years of DOOM! How did the graphics of the popular FPS series develop from DOOM 1 (1993) to DOOM Eternal (2020)? For our graphics comparison channel PixelPerfect, we have ventured a journey through time and hell itself to compare all the important entries in the DOOM series.
Demon Slayer, this clip is for you! Join us on a journey through the history of DOOM. In this PixelPerfect video, we compare the graphic quality of the most important DOOM episodes published to date by id Software and Bethesda. In each case we have chosen the best possible graphic settings for the scenes and recorded them with 4K resolution.
Don't be irritated by the pixel massacre in DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 - despite the rough graphics, both titles are still fun to watch and arouse nostalgic feelings among PC gamers. It's nice to see that all tested DOOMs are playable with an extremely smooth refresh rate (at least with a 2080Ti) despite the high 4K graphics. We compare these offshoots of the series in a graphic comparison on PixelPerfect:
- DOOM 1 (1993)
- DOOM 2 - Hell on Earth (1994)
- DOOM 64 (1997)
- DOOM 3 (2004, BFG Edition)
- DOOM (2016)
- DOOM Eternal (2020)
Graphic Evolution of DOOM 1 to DOOM Eternal - 4K comparison with an RTX 2080Ti | PC UHD
DOOM Series 4K Graphics Comparison with DOOM 1/2, DOOM 64, DOOM 3, DOOM (2016), DOOM Eternal
Note: PixelPerfect takes care when creating the clips to ensure there is no loss in image quality. For the Video Editing the professionals at Caseking are responsible.
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Recording PC System Specs
- Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz
- 16 GB RAM (DDR4)
- Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
- GeForce Game Ready Driver 445.75
- Motherboard ASRock Z270 Pro4
- Windows 10 Home (64 bit)