|Developer(s)||Marcos "Sergeant Mark IV" Abenante|
|Written in||ZDoom engine (Source port of Doom engine)|
|Platform||cross-platform (PC, Android)|
Brutal Doom is a gameplay mod for the video game Doom. Developed by the Brazilian modder Marcos Abenante, a.k.a. Sergeant_Mark_IV, it adds numerous features to the gameplay. The mod has been in development since 2010, and continues to release new updates. The most current version is v21.
Brutal Doom adds many gameplay features, such as gibs, blood splatter, allied marines, an updated particle system, the ability to drive vehicles such as tanks, stealth kills, headshots, and a host of "Mortal Kombat-esque fatality animations." Enemy AI has been revamped, with most enemies gaining new attacks and behaviours.
The mod includes new and revamped guns, such as a flamethrower, the demonic Unmaker, assault shotguns, new rifle types, a grenade launcher and even allows the player to equip enemy weapons in the form of Revenant missiles or a Mancubus' flame cannon. Weapon behaviour is also changed, with a fully working reload system for most guns alongside weapon recoil and iron sights.
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