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==2015==
 
==2015==
 
* March 1 - The [[New Doom]] website and forums were taken offline.
 
* March 1 - The [[New Doom]] website and forums were taken offline.
* April 21 - [[John Romero]] released the source code of [[DoomEd]], the internal editor developed by id to build the original games, as well as the text-format DWD files from which the maps were originally compiled, and many of the game's development assets. See [[2015 Doom source data release]] for full information.
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* April 21 - John Romero released the source code of [[DoomEd]], the internal editor developed by id to build the original games, as well as the text-format DWD files from which the maps were originally compiled, and many of the game's development assets. See [[2015 Doom source data release]] for full information.
 
* May 18 - Bethesda announced that a public reveal of [[Doom 4|the next installment]] in the Doom series would be held at E3 2015, and released an 11-second teaser video.
 
* May 18 - Bethesda announced that a public reveal of [[Doom 4|the next installment]] in the Doom series would be held at E3 2015, and released an 11-second teaser video.
 
* June 4 - Doom is inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame in the first year of its operation, alongside ''Pong,'' ''Tetris'', ''Pac-Man'', ''Super Mario Bros.'', and ''World of Warcraft.'' Among qualities cited were its introduction of the concept of the game engine, its inclusion of multiplayer, its astounding commercial success, and its enduring impact on the genre of the first-person shooter.{{cite web|title=2015 World Video Game Hall of Fame Inductees Announced: ''Pong'', ''Pac-Man'', ''Tetris'', ''Super Mario Bros.'', ''Doom'', and ''World of Warcraft''|author=Rhinewald, Shane and Kim Della Porta|publication=[http://www.museumofplay.org/ Museum of Play]|url=http://www.museumofplay.org/press/releases/2015/06/2108-2015-world-video-game-hall-fame-inductees-announced|publishdate=4 June 2015|retrievedate=8 June 2015}}
 
* June 4 - Doom is inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame in the first year of its operation, alongside ''Pong,'' ''Tetris'', ''Pac-Man'', ''Super Mario Bros.'', and ''World of Warcraft.'' Among qualities cited were its introduction of the concept of the game engine, its inclusion of multiplayer, its astounding commercial success, and its enduring impact on the genre of the first-person shooter.{{cite web|title=2015 World Video Game Hall of Fame Inductees Announced: ''Pong'', ''Pac-Man'', ''Tetris'', ''Super Mario Bros.'', ''Doom'', and ''World of Warcraft''|author=Rhinewald, Shane and Kim Della Porta|publication=[http://www.museumofplay.org/ Museum of Play]|url=http://www.museumofplay.org/press/releases/2015/06/2108-2015-world-video-game-hall-fame-inductees-announced|publishdate=4 June 2015|retrievedate=8 June 2015}}

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