How violent is the nightmare mode in the first person shooter Doom: Eternal? The answer to this is provided by a video just published. There are more than 14 minutes of gameplay scenes to be seen. Among other things, you will see a boss fight.
When the first-person shooter Doom: Eternal finally comes onto the market for the PC and consoles after a postponement on March 20, 2020, it will have several levels of difficulty and modes to offer. Especially the Nightmare mode is supposed to present you with very tough challenges and make you sweat a lot. A just foretaste of this is provided by a just published video.
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That comes from the YouTube channel of "TheSpudHunter" and shows you more than 14 minutes of gameplay scenes from the Nightmare mode of Doom: Eternal (buy now), After just a few seconds it becomes clear how violent this mode is: the fights are extremely fast and give very little scope for mistakes. Fireballs or other deadly projectiles are constantly flying around your ears, which you have to avoid without forgetting to shoot properly. You will also get to see some of the demons: the selection ranges from these Archvile to the new Gargoyle creatures to a boss fight against a particularly resistant Cyberdemon. Here is the video:
The video clearly shows that without quick reflexes and a high degree of precision in Nightmare mode from Doom: Eternal you won't get very far. Fortunately, there will be suitable levels of difficulty for beginners so that they don't fall by the wayside. We will know more about it next month at the latest. In the meantime we recommend our detailed preview of Doom: Eternal, in which you can find all the important details about the first person shooter.
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