Doom Eternal: the controversy worsens, Betheda makes things clear

Doom Eternal: the controversy worsens, Betheda makes things clear

After the revelations of composer Mick Gordon on the Doom Eternal controversy, Bethesda communicates in your turn to clarify all this and bang your fist on the table because of the wrong turn taken by the case.

Two and a half years after the failed OST affair of Doom Eternal, Mick Gordon, the composer inseparable from the franchise, delivered his truth with heavy revelations. But the response was not without consequence and here is Bethesda’s response.

The Doom Eternal controversy gets out of hand

Last week, composer Mick Gordon denied being responsible for the failure of the Doom Eternal soundtrack. A long testimony in which the musician pointed out the excesses of the producer of id Software and the management of the project.

In an official press release, Bethesda counterattacks by mentioning in particular a “distortion of the truth” and “selective exposition of incomplete facts”. The publisher adds that these allegations have led to harassment and threats against the persons concerned and the entire id Software team.

Mick Gordon’s recent statement paints a distorted portrait of the id Software team, Doom Eternal development, Marty Stratton and Chad Mossholder, with an overly biased and unfair portrayal of an irreparable professional relationship.

We know all the details and history of this case and we give our full support to Marty, Chad and the team at id Software. We reject this distorted version of the truth and the selective exposure of “incomplete facts”. Also, we are ready to provide documented, complete and exhaustive evidence, which we will disclose in an appropriate place if the situation requires it.

Statements posted online have prompted harassment and threats of violence against Marty, Chad and the id Software team. Any threats or harassment against our team members will be dealt with promptly and appropriately to protect their health and safety.

We remain incredibly proud of id’s previous collaborations with Mick Gordon and ask fans to refrain from jumping to conclusions based on his story. And more importantly, not to attack the people mentioned on either side, be it Marty, Chad or Mick.

To see if the case will continue or not in court. The two parties are in any case not likely to collaborate again together after all this, to the chagrin of fans of the license.

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