Doom Eternal Gameplay Footage to be Revealed Today at QuakeCon

Angelica Greene
August 11, 2018

Check out DOOM Eternal's gameplay reveal below.

At QuakeCon this week, the studio unloaded the first gameplay footage from Doom Eternal, sharing a generous seven-minute slice of in-game action that should put to rest any doubt that this encore effort will diverge from its predecessor's winning formula. Like in other games, invasions will optional, so you can choose to turn them off. To help you keep up with all the new changes being made to Doom Eternal, we've compiled the biggest ones that you might've missed. The DOOM Slayer is a demon killing machine, and he goes pretty hard in this gameplay demo, slaying demon after demon in brutal style. Anyone familiar with the gaming series knows about the ultra-violence DOOM brings forth, but DOOM Eternal looks like the most vicious and bloodthirsty installment to-date. You can even team up and form a slayer hunting party. Doom may be known for its intense firefights and sprawling level designs, but I have a lot of fond memories of blasting through the original game with my sister. The Ballista is a gun that can spear demons with an explosive bolt, for example, while the Super Shotgun now comes with a "meat hook". Since it could get boring to be constantly stuck in the same parts of the campaign while screwing with other players, ID wants to provide different maps to entice people to return. A highlight of the previous Doom, the glory kills are getting updated and the enemies are more destructible this time around.

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Doom Eternal was shown off at QuakeCon, and the game has been confirmed to be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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