The sequel to 2016’s DOOM reboot, titled DOOM Eternal, was originally set to be released next month.
But unfortunately publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer id Software have decided to push the game’s launch from its original November date back a few months into 2020. A statement from id was released to make the announcement, and you can read it below.
I’m always a little bit behind during E3 week, but thanks to a major internet malfunction I lost most of yesterday. But hey, what can you do. Get back to it as soon as possible and try to catch up. Right then…where were we?
Another game Bethesda showed off for E3 2019 was DOOM Eternal, developer id Software’s sequel to the 2016 reboot of the hit demon-slaying first-person shooter franchise. For the convention, Bethesda shared a new story trailer and a multiplayer teaser for the game’s “Battlemode.”
You can find more info on DOOM Eternal and watch both of these trailers below.
During the madness of E3 2018 a new game in the DOOM series titled DOOM Eternalwas revealed with a brief teaser video.
Over the weekend QuakeCon 2018 was held, and for anyone who might have missed it, the first gameplay from DOOM Eternal was shared during the event. Continue reading for more info on the game, and to watch all of the demon-slaying gameplay action in the video below.
During a jam-packed Bethesda showcase at E3 2018, which including new gameplay and details on Fallout 76 as well as announcement teasers for Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI, a new game in the DOOM series was also unveiled.
The new game, titled DOOM Eternal, is a sequel to the 2016 reboot of the franchise from developer id Software, and promises loads more demons, an all-new soundtrack to slaughter them to, and a literal Hell on Earth.
Continue below for a little bit more info on the game and to check out the E3 teaser trailer that announced the game.