Last weekend's "Year of Doom" QuakeCon was supposed to be a celebration of id Software's seminal shooter, but a couple issues took the shine off one of the event's big surprises: the immediate release of Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
Gamers who were quick to download the titles may have missed the fine print on the store pages, which specifies that a account is required to play. Some chafed at the requirement of an additional account sign-up being required to play games that have no online component to them (the first two Doom games only support local co-op, and the Doom 3 re-release is a single-player title). A company representative soon acknowledged that was an oversight.