If you have ever played a video game, you know that sounds can be a crucial part of a game.
But what if you could use sound effects as part of the game experience?
That’s what the developers at Digital Extremes have managed to do with Doom, the first Doom game that allowed for sound effects to play in the game.
While the game has had plenty of sound effects over the years, the developers felt like they needed to give the player a little something extra to get them into the mood.
They’ve created a number of different sounds that can be used in Doom to make the player feel a little more immersed in the world.
To use a sound effect in a game is to add something new to the game, so we decided to try something different.
First, we created a special sound effect called the ‘Sonic Boom’ for the player to hear when they die.
The sound effects are pretty simple.
A simple button presses make the sound of a shotgun exploding, and the player hears a splash sound.
Next, we added a special effect that is only used during certain events.
We added a green laser to the player’s HUD to tell them to run if they are close to a door.
Lastly, we turned the sound off when the player dies, allowing the player some time to breathe.
The result is a sound that is both unique to Doom and a really fun experience to listen to.
If you’re interested in hearing the sound effects in action, you can find them in our playlist below.