Nvidia posts a stunning preview of Doom powered by a GTX Titan X with Vulkan API online, showcasing how the gameplay of the highly anticipated shooter would look like with the settings turned all the way up.

Right off the bat, the footage exhibits the Vulkan-accelerated version of the game, clocking in at 1080p and 60 fps with a 120-degree field of view (FOV). It's running at the "full fidelity, speed and quality," and as a result, it weighs in at a hefty 2.1 GB.

"This gameplay at 120 FOV — with the player's personal upgrades and rune perks set for advanced speed and movement capabilities," Marty Stratton, executive producer at id Software, says.

For the uninitiated, Vulkan is the new graphics API that surpasses OpenGL on account of how it's more efficient in terms of CPU multi-threading, not to mention that it doesn't have as much latency and overhead in comparison.

Now, it should be pointed out that at the GTX 1080 launch event, the company along with id Software demonstrated the game at 200 fps. Needless to say, it was one heck of a show.

According to the video card maker, the clip making rounds online is captured using a GTX Titan X because id Software "accidentally left their GeForce GTX 1080 at the event when packing up." That's quite a shame, but at any rate, six glorious minutes of Doom captured at 1080p and buttery-smooth 60 fps is awesome.

Doom is set to go official on May 13 — yes, Friday the 13th seems pretty appropriate for the game. It'll be available across the PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.

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