"Doom" will have Ultra Nightmare Quality settings for PC. Bethesda

With its launch nearly here, “Doom” fans can get transported back to the familiar dark, dreary and hellish universe with the newest trailer.

Seen below, the trailer is a minute-long indulgence of the single-player campaign, which is just about as gory and brutal as hell can be imagined. Players can get a glimpse of the different demon enemies, guns and weapons and even the armour of the player.

While the game does boast a pretty neat single-player campaign, the developer has also confirmed that “Doom” will have a SnapMap game editor, for those who want to create some content that can be shared online.

Developer Bethesda has also revealed the specs required to get the game going on the PC. To get the minimum specs going, players will need a Windows 7, 8 o.1 or 10 64-bit version, an Intel Core i5-2400 or AMD FX-8320, 8GB of RAM with 55GB free HDD space and either the Nvidia GTX 670 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7870. The recommended specs need a bump up for the CPU with Intel Core i7-3770 or AMD FX8350 and either the Nvidia GTX 970 4GB or AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB.

Since the release date is set for May 13 the server launch for the PC are expected to happen at 12:00 a.m. AEST for Australia and New Zealand. For Xbox One and PS4 payers, servers will launch at 12:00 a.m. local time. North American players can expect servers for the PS4, Xbox One and PC to launch at 12:00 a.m. ET. According to GameSpot, “Doom” fans can prepare as early as May 11, 12:00 a.m. EST to preload the game on their respective platforms.

PC players have an extra feature to look forward to. Gamingbolt has spotted a tweet from “Doom” Lead Project Programmer Billy Khan who had teased that there will be Ultra Nightmare Quality settings for the PC version.

Considering how the game’s single-player campaign had already looked good in the latest launch trailer, this can put a whole new different spin on the looks department for “Doom.” The source stated that Ultra Nightmare setting goes beyond the typical “Ultra” settings for most games. Of course, this also means even better specs for the PC to be able to aptly run the higher settings.

"Doom" launch trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bethesda Softworks)