Doom 3: BFG Edition is a 2012 re-release of Doom 3, developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks. The BFG Edition features enhanced graphics, better audio with more horror effects, a checkpoint save system, and support for 3D displays and HMDs. The game also includes the previous expansion Resurrection of Evil and a new single-player expansion pack titled The Lost Mission. Additionally, it includes copies of the original Doom (the Ultimate Doom edition with the add-on fourth episode, "Thy Flesh Consumed"), and Doom II with the expansion No Rest for the Living, previously available for the Xbox 360. The BFG Edition also features the ability to use the flashlight while holding a weapon, in the form of the armor-mounted flashlight. The source code of Doom 3: BFG Edition's engine was released under the GNU General Public License in November 2012.
The game received mixed reviews. Praised elements include the updated graphics, sound design, and the new Lost Mission content. Criticized elements included the long load times, forced autosaves, and the controls, which overall were considered a step backwards compared to previous generation ports of Doom 3.
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