Bethesda has removed id Software’s Doom 3 from Steam.
Reasons for the title’s removal were not provided by the publisher. That said, its removal follows the launch of Doom 3: BFG Edition, which is the updated version of the horror shooter classic.
The BFG Edition offers updated visuals and additional content including Doom 3 expansion pack Resurrection of Evil.
The original version of Resurrection of Evil, meanwhile, has also been mysteriously removed from Valve’s digital distribution service.
Doom 3: BFG Edition fails to provide mod support, which is undoubtedly one of the standout features stemming from the original version of the shooter.
The original Doom 3 is, however, still available to purchase through the Super id Software Pack, but it’s priced at around $121.