Get Ready for Hell: DOOM Eternal Demo & Trailer Released

At this past weekend’s E3 2019 Bethesda press conference, a brand-new game trailer and demo were released for the upcoming DOOM Eternal. This series continues from the popular DOOM (2016), and in this game, players take control of the Doom Slayer in his never ending mission to take down every last creature from down below, blowing apart new and classic demons with powerful weapons in never-before-seen worlds waiting to be littered with blood, body parts, and utter carnage.

 

DOOM Eternal trailer:

 

And here is the DOOM Eternal gameplay clip

 

Just like the last game, DOOM Eternal is powered by the idTech 7. The soundtrack is composed by the legendary Mick Gordon. Here are some more details about the game:

 

  • Destroy every demon in your path with an upgraded array of guns and mods, including the Super Shotgun’s new Meat Hook attachment to pull yourself point blank with the faces of hell.

  • Obliterate more demons from fan-favorite classics such as the Pain Elemental, Archvile, and Arachnotron along with a horde of totally-new demons join the roster including the Doom Hunter and corrupted Marauders. Doom Eternal’s “destructible demons” system takes your power fantasy to new levels by ensuring that every trigger pull has never felt better.

  • As the Slayer, allow real players to invade your campaign as demons for a dramatic and unpredictable twist anytime you’re playing the campaign. Or join the ranks of the damned yourself as you become a demon and invade a friend or other player’s campaign. Invade others either by yourself or with another player, as part of a hunting party, to give the Slayer a true taste of Hell.

  • Rip and tear across epic, never-before-seen worlds. Witness the tumbling skyscrapers of Hell on Earth; battle through an invasion of the mammoth BFG 10,000 on Phobos; and discover the ancient secrets of the Doom universe. With idTech7, every environment is brought to life in unprecedented detail.

When DOOM Eternal releases it will be available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia.

Get ready for Hell on 11/22/2019

 

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