Technically, this news isn’t utterly out of left margin as we competence be expecting. BattleCry has had a run-in with Bethesda’s primogenitor company, ZeniMax, in a past when a studio was engaged to work with id Software for a 2016 chronicle of DOOM for home consoles and PC. Specifically, a BattleCry group worked on a post-release multiplayer content, holding over for a prior studio that was operative with id Software, that is a studio now underneath a Bethesda label.
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