Welcome to DiscoverAZRetirement.com
Find your perfect home in one of the many active adult communities in the Phoenix Metro Area
Encanterra®, a Trilogy® Resort Community is a luxury resort living in the Southeast valley of Phoenix, Arizona that includes a a 55+ neighborhood within...
Encore at Eastmark by AV Homes is a master-planned active adult community. It will consist of more than 970 home sites and offer four...
Trilogy at Power Ranch is located in Gilbert, AZ. The 27,000 square foot club house offers countless activities and social opportunities. It includes a...
Solera at Johnson Ranch is located in San Tan Valley. This 727 gated home community was constructed between 2004 and 2008. Del Webb, a...
Sunland Springs Village is a 900-acre development that encompasses a 27-hole executive golf course, an all-levels Tennis Club, Softball Club, Pickleball Club and other...
Sunland Village is the second of four Farnsworth developments in the East Valley. Construction was begun in 1974 and completed in 1984 with 2685...
"The entire process is still leaving me with a smile on my face from ear to ear and I have pinch myself to see if it is a dream or not..."
Stacie and Jim
"Dawn never attempted to sell me A house, she only wanted to sell me the RIGHT house. Not one waste my time or hers I was only shown the properties that met my personal requirements..."
Doom Eternal Launch Pushed Back to 2020
Here’s some bad news for Doom fans: id Software has announced that the sequel to the 2016 reboot won’t be arriving till next year. That’s right, you won’t be heading back to hell and blowing demons to bits in Doom Eternal until March 20th, 2020.
The developers made the announcement over at Twitter, saying they want the game to live to their “standards of speed and polish”. Although they acknowledged that the announcement will surely disappoint most fans, they’re promising that the extra time they gain from the delay will allow them to “deliver a gaming experience that is worth the wait.”
You can view the announcement tweet below:
An update on DOOM Eternal: pic.twitter.com/2LWrfh6e4Z— DOOM (@DOOM) October 8, 2019
Aside from the delay, id Software also made 3 other announcements. The first is that Invasion Mode (where players invade other people’s games to assassinate the Slayer) won’t be available at launch but will instead come as a free update shortly after the game is released. Second, the game won’t be launching on Switch at the same time as other platforms. Instead, it will come at a date after the initial launch that will be announced in the future.
Lastly, id Software says that they’ll be bringing Doom 64 to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the same day Doom Eternal launches. The game was previously only announced for the Nintendo Switch with a release date of November 22nd. Those who pre-order Doom Eternal will get Doom 64 for free as a pre-order bonus.
Given just how many big titles are coming in November, the delay might actually give fans a sigh of relief. Remember, November is when Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, Shenmue 3, Pokemon Sword and Shield, and Death Stranding are coming out. Although, it’s important to note that March 2020 will also feature big titles including the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Watch Dogs Legion, and probably Bloodlines 2.
ALSO ON ALLKEYSHOP NEWS
Doom Eternal will feature Battlemode, a new asymmetrical multiplayer mode. Check out exactly how it works in a new overview video from Bethesda.
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts Puts Emphasis on Sandbox GameplayOctober 21, 2019 | Gaming News
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has Gone GoldOctober 20, 2019 | Gaming News
You can Choose to be a Hero or Villain in The Outer Worlds’ Launch TrailerOctober 20, 2019 | Gaming News
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Showcases PC Features in New TrailerOctober 19, 2019 | Gaming News
Allkeyshop TV News 18 October (Recap)October 19, 2019 | Allkeyshop News