DOOM: Eternal Gets an Official Gameplay Reveal
This reveal blasted the faces off of QuakeCon attendees this past weekend.
By Chris Morse
Bethesda brought some hell-raising action to QuakeCon 2018 in Grapevine, TX over the weekend by offering the first extended look at gameplay for DOOM: Eternal, which is a sequel to the 2016 reboot of the franchise. We previously got the first announcement trailer back at E3 during the Bethesda panel and this gameplay reveal does not disappoint.
The presentation showed off two segments of gameplay, one being the Hell on Earth part (viewable starting at 4:37 on the above video) and the other being Phobos (starting at 18:15), which offer two very distinct locations for demon-slaying action. DOOM: Eternal has all of the classic staples and weapons in addition to redesigned armor along with new equipment and tools.
The title also boasts twice as many demons compared to the last game, including some older fan-favorites such as the Archvile, Pain Elemental, and Arachnotron. You can catch a glimpse at some of what's new in the gameplay reveal above.
DOOM: Eternal will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, but no specific date has been given yet. We'll be sure to keep you posted with all the latest when we learn more.
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