The impending release of Doom 3's source code has been teased by id Software's John Carmack, who says the company is merely waiting on "final lawyer clearance for release."
While id Tech 4 may be showing its age -- Doom 3 launched in 2004, after all -- it's still being used by mainstream games and one can only imagine what homemade wonders will come out of the engine going open source. Patience, people.
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