Fans of Doom: Eternal can look forward to a new trailer for the upcoming shooter. Among other things, this gives us a further look at the history of the title. Of course, other gameplay scenes and the famous Doom soundtrack should not be missing. Bethesda and id Software will release Doom: Eternal on March 20, 2020 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia.
Publisher Bethesda and the id Software team have released a new trailer for Doom: Eternal. Yesterday, the creators announced the new video for the shooter. In the new trailer, fans not only get another look at the fast gameplay of Doom: Eternal, but also get to hear some things about the history of the game. There's also another foretaste of the title's soundtrack, which will come from composer Mick Gordon again. You can watch the full video above.
Doom: Eternal will be released on March 20, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia. An implementation for Nintendo Switch is also planned – but this will only be available after the other versions. Pre-orderers of Doom: Eternal can also look forward to some special extras. This includes, among other things, a digital download of the new edition of Doom 64 as well as the rip-and-tear pack with skins and the bonus campaign Master Level.
The team from id Software is at Doom: Eternal (buy now) among other things, do without a classic deathmatch mode. Instead, there is, for example, a new battle mode in which three players compete against each other in 2 vs 1 rounds. A fully equipped slayer must stand up to two demons. Several cards and demons will already be available for launch. According to the development team, the campaign is likely to be between 18 and 22 hours long. Originally, the shooter should have been available since November 22, 2019 – however, the creators need a little more time for the game, which is why the date has been postponed.
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