The popular mod for Doom 2, Unloved, which was originally released in 2010, has been rebuilt using Unreal Engine 4, letting players experience the Silent Hill inspired horror in a whole new fidelity.
The new engine allows the now fan-game to present a much darker, gruesome experience than the Doom 2 engine could permit - this game isn't for the faint of heart, with liberal splattering's of blood and gore the order of the day.
Players will have to work their way through a series of procedurally-generated basements and surreal environments, either on their own or optionally with up to four companions via multiplayer co-op. After completing certain objectives, the player(s) must find their way to the exit, that is, if they're able to survive that long from the onslaught of undead demonic creatures.
Player characters in the game are customisable with their own outfits and magic power-ups, which can increase health, damage, or speed. The game also contains many weapon mods, which can be used to make powerful and dramatic changes to the behaviour of guns.
There's various different difficulty modifiers, too, such as being able to limit the amount of ammo, increase the speed of enemies, and so on.