- Developer: id Software
- Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
- Genre: FPS
- Platforms: PC, XONE, PS4, later Switch
- Release date: March 20, 2020
Only a little over a month left before the launch of Doom Eternal, the latest installment of the popular FPS series by id Software. While we wait for the game's release, here's a new video offering two hours of gameplay.
The source of the gameplay is unusual, as it comes from a stream organized by an American musician known as T-Pain. We've seen many of the locations shown here in previous videos, but the course of the game itself is different, and the artist is clearly not a Doom expert, so the material gives a good idea of the level of challenge the title will offer for less experienced players.
Doom Eternal will be released on March 20, this year on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and the Stadia streaming service. The game will also appear on Nintendo Switch, but we will wait longer for this release. Just to remind, he latest trailer was released a month ago.
It is worth mentioning that the last weeks have been very fruitful for those waiting for Doom Eternal. We found out that the story campaign is expected to last about 23-30 hours of fun, which means that the single player mode will be significantly longer than in the 2016 prequel. The creators also informed that there will be no microtransactions in the game.
We also had a chance to watch the first 10 minutes of the campaign and a large set of gameplays from the almost final version of the game. Moreover, it was announced that Doom Eternal will almost certainly not make its debut with ray tracing support. The feature will only be added some time after the launch.
- Doom Eternal - official website
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