Doom Eternal Release Date Revealed, New Gameplay Shown
Revealed at Bethesda's E3 2019 press conference, Doom Eternal will be bringing Hell on Earth on November 22, 2019.
Are you ready for Hell on Earth? Well, you won’t have to wait too long! Doom Eternal will be launching on November 22, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Before id Software Executive Producer Marty Stratton and Creative Director Hugo Martin gave their spiel on Doom Eternal, a trailer was shown flaunting some new weapons, colorful locales, and some gruesome demon slaying from the Doomslayer himself.
Stratton and Martin then began to discuss the game slightly more in-depth discussing the different locations you’ll visit. This will include places never seen in Doom before including Heaven, Earth, the Sentinal homeworld, and “beyond.” They also stressed how gameplay and level design were key to creating the best Doom experience.
The two ended the presentation with even more gameplay showing the Doomslayer making his way back to Mars. With a bit more cinematic flair, the quick and aggressive gameplay indicative of the Doom franchise is clearly present as the Doomslayer jumps, sings, and blast his way through a variety of demons. We also get to see some new weaponry in action, such as the shoulder mounted cannon.
Lastly, a new competitive mode called Battle Mode was also revealed along with a new trailer flaunting its multiplayer gameplay. More will be announced at this year’s QuakeCon.
Doom Eternal was initially revealed at Bethesda’s E3 press conference last year. However, Pete Hines may have unintentionally revealed the game to us a few months prior at PAX East 2018. A few months after E3 2018, the first look at gameplay was shown at QuakeCon 2018 which flaunted that fast and fluid style from Doom (2016) with new weapons for the Doomslayer.