DOOM Eternal — Check Out 15 Minutes of Hell-Raising Gameplay

Take a closer look at the Doom Slayer in action with 15 minutes of hands-on gameplay from the upcoming DOOM Eternal.

January 21, 2020

In just under two months, the long-awaited DOOM Eternal will finally be bringing us all back to Hell. Thankfully, that’s a good thing, as the long-awaited sequel looks like it will be delivering another hell-raising adventure with demons, badass weapons, more demons, and more of the over-the-top action that DOOM has been known for. While the game isn’t out until March, you can get an early taste of the action from the gameplay footage below.

DualShockers had the chance to check out a new demo of the upcoming DOOM Eternal, which gave us a taste of the first three hours of the single-player campaign. After playing through the first couple of levels from the campaign, it’s safe to say that so far, it seems like DOOM Eternal is the sequel that we’ve all been waiting for, and you can see that in action for yourself below.


The gameplay footage we captured from the single-player campaign starts off a bit of some story moments for context into the Doom Slayer’s latest adventure, and after that dives right into the bloody action that DOOM has always been known for. You’ll get to see some up-close Glory Kills in all their bloody…well, Glory…along with getting to see the game’s arsenal of weapons of action. Alongside that, you’ll also get to see some of the new weapon modifications making their way into DOOM Eternal, along with plenty of the enemy demons that you’ll be facing off with throughout the game.

For more on the game, you can check out our full hands-in preview that break down our impressions from the first 3 hours of the game, which will give some more context to the gameplay that you can watch below. In addition to that, you can also read our breakdown of the biggest gameplay changes in DOOM Eternal, which will be hitting later today.

DOOM Eternal will release for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia on March 20, 2020, and you can pre-order the game now over on Amazon. A Nintendo Switch version of the game is also set to arrive down the line. For a closer look at the game, you can check out the gameplay footage below:

Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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