The Microsoft team has indicated on Twitter that Doom Eternal could be part of the Xbox Game Pass offer in a few days. The release would fit in with the acquisition of Bethesda, which was announced by Microsoft earlier this week. Doom Eternal only appeared in stores six months ago. There should be an appointment soon.
After the takeover of Bethesda by Microsoft, all Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to the first highlights soon. On Twitter, hints were spread about an alleged email from Melissa McGamepass. And this time it looks like Doom Eternal will be available in service soon. Check out Microsoft's tweet below.
This time it didn't take too long for fans to decipher the clues. If you put the first letters of the individual sentences together, you get the two words "Look Below" and first notice that there is nothing to be seen at the end of the e-mail. With the help of an image processing program, the secret was then revealed. At the end of the email you should read the sentence "The Slayer is coming".
And many of you probably know that the protagonist of the Doom series is called "Doom Slayer". Microsoft is likely to make the announcement official shortly. The shooter from id Software only appeared in stores in March 2020. This means that the title ends up in Xbox Game Pass just six months later. With the takeover of Bethesda by Microsoft, upcoming highlights such as Starfield or The Elder Scrolls 6 will also be playable with the Xbox Game Pass when they are released. Incidentally, EA Play will also be added to the offer at the end of the year. We have included our test for Doom Eternal below the message.
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