Late last week, Bethesda released the original DOOM trilogy for the Nintendo Switch. Fans quickly discovered that a login requirement was necessary to play the game. In addition, the Xbox 360 version was taken off the Xbox digital store. Bethesda stated that the Xbox 360 being removed was a glitch but did acknowledge the vexation towards the Nintendo Switch versions of the game. Deciding to remove the online requirement. Update on our new classic DOOM releases: The BethesdaNet login requirement was included for the Slayers Club, to reward members for playing the classic DOOM games. The login should be optional, and we are working on changing the requirement to optional now. — Bethesda (@bethesda) July 27, 2019 Bethesda has also resolved the issue with Xbox 360 versions of the game. Returning them to the Xbox Live store. We have resolved an issue where the Xbox 360 releases for DOOM & DOOM II were inaccessible from the “Ready to Install” dashboard on Xbox One. If you have previously purchased these Xbox 360 titles, you can now re-download them on Xbox One. Thank you for your patience. — Bethesda Support (@BethesdaSupport) July 28, 2019 This is a positive step for the company still doesn’t resolve the damaged reputation that Bethesda is currently repairing. Since the launch of Fallout 76, Bethesda’s reputation has plummeted. With the most recent AAA game from the company, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, currently receiving mostly negative to mediocre reception from fans and critics.