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It seems like DOOM 64 really is making a comeback in some way or form. During the weekend of QuakeCon, a PEGI rating for the game surfaced online and now – roughly a month later – one has popped up on the Australian Classification Board.

As points out, the 'multiplatform' listing isn't actually indicative of what platforms the game will be released on. Given the fact it was originally made available on the Nintendo 64 in 1997, the most fitting platform would obviously be Nintendo's modern hybrid system. The recent release of DOOM, DOOM II and DOOM 3 on the platform also heighten the chances of this game coming to the Switch.

For now, though, take a look at the M-rated classification:

Image: ACB

In somewhat related news, the DOOM Twitter account revealed a patch to improve the lighting and audio in the first two re-releases was on the way:

We’re working on a new game update for DOOM and DOOM II re-releases, which improves in-game lighting and audio to match the originals. The update also brings game performance improvements. Stay tuned for more details.

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