The FPS collection has been listed on Best Buy ahead of an anticipated announcement at QuakeCon and its expected release on September 2.
Listed at $49.99, the package includes Doom, Doom 2, Doom 3, Doom 64 and 2016’s Doom reboot.
The schedule initially mentioned plans to discuss a “revitalized edition” of Quake, suggesting a new project could be in the works to coincide with the franchise’s 25th anniversary, although the event description was later pulled.
QuakeCon highlights look set to include a Deathloop deep dive with Arkane Lyon ahead of the game’s release next month, a look at Fallout 76’s upcoming Fallout Worlds update, a celebration of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim’s 10th anniversary, and a Doom Eternal studio update.
Id Software recently confirmed it is developing a new single-player Horde mode for Doom Eternal. It will come at the expense of the previously planned multiplayer Invasion mode, which would have enabled users to take on the form of demons and invade other players’ campaigns.