The composer of Doom Eternal's soundtrack Mick Gordon (pictured) has criticised the official release of that game's music.
That follows Twitter user thatACDCguy posting a thread on the Doom Eternal score in which they compared the track BFG Division from 2016's Doom reboot and the recently-released 2019 follow-up. The blogger says that the former version has more "breathing room" compared to the edition that appears on the Doom Eternal soundtrack release.
Gordon replied, saying that he didn't mix the songs that were on the official release, with the exception of tracks, including Meathook, Command and Control. He also reportedly told an Instagram user – as shared on Reddit – that he doubted he'd work with Id on future Doom releases.
"I take a lot of pride in my work," Gordon told PCGamer.
"It’s all I do, it’s all I have and I pour my heart and soul into it."
I didn't mix those and wouldn't have done that. You'll be able to spot the small handful of tracks I mixed (Meathook, Command and Control, etc...)— Mick Gordon (@Mick_Gordon) April 19, 2020