DOOM Eternal Update 6.1 Addresses Multiple Bugs, Patch Notes Here

DOOM Eternal Update 6
DOOM Eternal Update 6 ID Software

DOOM Eternal is getting post-launch support even one year after launch. The developer released a small patch yesterday that addressed bugs and other issues in the game. This update doesn’t add the newly announced Horde Mode and any new Master Level, however. The only thing it does is fix bugs on different platforms.

From now on, the bullets in the game will pass through gore and ammo pickups. They won’t collide with each other anymore. The pathing issue regarding a Cacodemon in the boss encounter of The Holt in The Ancient Gods - Part One is fixed. We have mentioned the rest of the patch notes below.


Campaign Xbox Series X|S Only
  • The controls menu now displays the correct controller image for Xbox Series X|S
Campaign PlayStation Only
  • Fixed an issue where PlayStation users were prevented from rejoining private matches after being disconnected
PC Only
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when selecting the Challenges tab in the pause menu
  • Fixed the issue players with AMD GPUs were having that caused artifacting in a number of environments
  • PCs with mobile GPUs that support ray tracing can now enable this feature
BATTLEMODE All Platforms
  • Fixed an issue where the Slayer’s weapon skins displayed the wrong customization options
  • Fixed an issue where Demon players would become invisible to other demons when respawning with ray tracing enabled
  • Fixed Demon interface for Latin Spanish users with modified controller settings
  • Fixed an issue with the social menu preventing players from selecting another player with only one favorite or friend in the list

You can read the complete patch notes on the official site as well.

DOOM Eternal is available for purchase on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Stadia, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game has received critical reception from fans. However, don’t expect a sequel as Slayer’s story has been wrapped up. Also, there were some rumors that ID Software, the developer of DOOM, is now working on a proper Quake reboot.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Are there any other bugs that you want to be fixed? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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