Doom Eternal was first announced at E3 this year, and it’s the ultimate endorsement to the 2016 reboot. It highlights more brawny beasts in the style of the first game, and from the sounds of it, another beautiful industrial metal soundtrack courtesy of id Software’s resident composer Mick Gordon.
Marty Stratton Doom 2016’s creative director has handed over the controls to Hugo Martin who is the studio’s art director; this time in game players are going to Earth, but not as they expect. Doom Eternal has twisted earth into a hellscape, which makes clear the demons have escaped Mars and found a new home with us.
What is Doom Eternal all about?
Doom Eternal is a first-person shooter (FPS) that puts you as Doomguy, an outraged, armor-clad strongman who doesn’t communicate but is ruthless demon killer. The entirety of the gameplay spins around players shooting and slicing as many demons as they can.
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Doom Eternal Official Trailer
Doom Eternal Release Date
Doom Eternal release date is not officially announced, but reports speculate it’ll likely release sometime in December 2018, as the game’s Amazon listing sets it at December 28 this year. That’s a much quicker release date than 2016’s Doom, which was announced at E3 and was released a year after. However, it’s possible that this could be a placeholder. As seen from gameplay and some reliable sources the game should range from $60 per unit and would arrive on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
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