Doom 2 Gets A Batman Makeover With This Fanatic Mod

The Dark Knight and Doom 2's collaboration is some brilliant work.

A group of gaming fanatics, Team RayCast released the first gameplay trailer for Batman – Rogue City, a mod for the legendary shooter Doom 2: Hell on Earth featuring the Dark Knight and numerous well-known villains.  Doom 2 is being completely converted by modders, ultimately making it a Batman game.

We are all aware of Doom 2’s lasting legacy. Despite being nearly 30 years old, its popularity among modders is still going strong. The upcoming mod Batman-Rogue City is the latest example of what this community is capable of, and their creativity is always as astonishing.

Major Takeaways:

  • A team of modders entirely transforms Doom 2 into a Batman game.
  • The trailer shows a number of Gotham sites and villains’ dens.
  • You will have the opportunity to battle a number of well-known Gotham villains.
  • A beta version will shortly be available, according to modders.

The gameplay footage in the trailer gives gamers a taste of what to anticipate, showing The Dark Knight slaying swarms of villains in various Gotham locales. Additionally, it appears that the mod will include many of the most well-known antagonists of the comic book hero, like Mr. Freeze, Harley Quinn, and of course The Joker.

Batman makes an appearance, punching criminals in a maze of shipping containers, flying through the air with his quick-firing gun, and throwing his notorious Batarang.

As the gameplay trailer progresses, the Batmobile leaps a bridge while firing machine guns and destroying the purple and green cars of the Joker gang. Even Wayne Tower and the bat signal are visible in the Gotham skyline, and the trailer finishes with a showdown with Harley Quinn and the Joker.

Aside from stylized depictions of villains’ hideouts, Batman Rogue City will also include historic Gotham sites. The exciting levels recall cartoon tv series from the 1960s and the 1990s.

Rogue City appears to be a fantastic Batman video game. The mod uses the Doom engine and lets you punch criminals, utilize grappling hooks and stun guns, and fight bosses.

Take a look at the Batman Rogue City trailer here.

YouTube video

Gamers have modified Doom to an incredible degree ever since they first appeared on the scene. They are notorious for introducing an entirely new plot and changing the aesthetics to transform the game into a completely different thing.

Considering both their legacies and ongoing effect on the game industry, Batman X Doom is even more well-known.  You can play as the Dark Knight in other Doom 2 mods besides Batman-Rogue City.

The most reputable of such works is Batman Doom 2 Cold Heart, which was published two years ago. It has got an open-world scene, a melee combat system, entirely new weapons and enemies, riddles, and a vast array of gear.

Also, the ACE team, later known for the Rock of Ages and Zeno Clash series, produced Batman Doom, a widely acclaimed mod. in 1999. We look forward to seeing acclaimed Doom and legendary Batman interact even more.

The release date of Batman-Rogue City is still unknown. However, the developer promises to release a public beta “soon.” So, to stay up to date, keep an eye on its Moddb page.

Finally, kudos to Team RayCast for maintaining a significant number of classics in the spotlight. The group is well-known for Wolfenstein 3D updates called Batman vs. Bane and Batman: No Man’s Land.

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