Doom Eternal is uncut, released from the age of 18 – and is known to be bloody damned. Now a video has appeared in which all glory kills against all enemy types can be seen. We have linked the video for you.
In addition to polished gameplay and strong technology, the Doom series is of course also famous for its high level of violence. With Doom (2016), four years ago, id Software even went one better when the developers introduced the controversial glory kill system. This was the first time you could give the demons the rest in particularly bloody animations. The completely revised chainsaw also came with unique animations. And Doom Eternal lays – who is surprised? – in this regard, a few more. The shooter hit, which also scored brilliantly in our test, not only offers significantly more enemy types, but also more glory kills than its predecessor in the same breath. The chainsaw is also used much more often and with the crucible energy sword even a new weapon type with its own kill animations finds its way into the game. Or to put it another way: In Doom Eternal, the shreds fly tremendously. How huge, you can see for yourself now: The Anvil Gaming YouTube channel has published an extensive video (almost 35 minutes!) that covers all glory kills against all types of opponents, including crucible and chainsaw. Have fun?
Doom Eternal: The best game from id Software so far?
With Doom Eternal, the shooter experts from id Software (Rage, Quake) are delivering their most complex game to date and have enjoyed a full sales success with the release. In the test for Doom Eternal, we particularly praise the demanding gameplay, the relentless opponents and the great, dark design. Technically, the game shines with a great look and lightning-fast performance, the soundtrack also provides a powerful mood again. There are deductions in the test for the incomplete story, the sometimes insignificant upgrades and the weapon selection, which is hardly expanded compared to the predecessor. In addition, the multiplayer called Battlemode loses its appeal after only a few hours. In the test, we suspect that the many jumps and climbs could be too much of a good thing for some Doom fans – an impression that our review collection of Doom Eternal, in which we have captured voices from the community, underpins this. Parallel to Doom Eternal, Bethesda has also released Doom 64 in a slightly revised version for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch – our test on Doom 64 clarifies how well the new edition is doing.
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Doom Eternal: All bloody glory kills in the video (Source: PC Games)