DOOM: Eternal Gameplay Reveals New Weapon, Campaign PvP Mode

As promised, id Software and Bethesda unveiled DOOM: Eternal at QuakeCon 2018. Revealing new weapons, gadgets, demons, the ability to rip and tear more efficiently through the air, and climb walls with his bare hands, the Doom guy is more brutal than Hell’s finest in Eternal.

There’s no doubt here that Eternal is more violent than its predecessor, and I do wonder what the typical screechers will have to say when the game launches next year? While we wait for that nonsense, we have actual in-game footage of Eternal hot and ready.

From scientists and soldiers showing fear of the Doom guy to demons standing no chance, the 10-minute long plus videos have everything and more of what Eternal has to offer at the altar of pain.

Without wasting any time, you can check out returning demons and weapons and all the more right here thanks to YouTuber MKIceAndFire:

If you want to see what goes down on Phobos, the moon of Mars, you can take a seat and see Hell let loose on the base as our hero slays many demons and crosses path with the Arch-Vile himself:

Personally, I’m really excited to see more of what was teased of DOOM: Eternal at QuakeCon 2018. DOOM (2016) may have had a weak multiplayer scene, but gunplay was better than expected. I do hope the second game brings more hellish fun and then some, but it looks like we finally have something to hold on to as of now regarding Eternal.

Oh, and I almost forgot, there will be a toggled feature called Invasion that allows real players to invade your campaign as demons for a dramatic and unpredictable twist anytime you’re playing the campaign. You can invade others by yourself or with another player to give the Slayer a true taste of Hell.

Hopefully, the game isn’t restricted only to Bethesda’s launcher but is accessible to gamers on their preferred platform or client. Anyway, the upcoming adventures of the angry Doom guy can be assumed sometime in 2019 across PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

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