Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Doom Eternal is promising more Doom, but bigger, better, and more hellish

Doom Eternal is promising more Doom, but bigger, better, and more hellish

That said, given how 2016's "DOOM" offered a fresh take on the original game, "DOOM Eternal" is likely to take the same route. DOOM Eternal will be some point in the future. The 2016 game served as a series reboot of sorts, offering up brutal combat, grisly melee executions, and hordes of murderous demons. Doom Eternal takes place at least partially on Earth, as teased in the above trailer and confirmed by the developers themselves at Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference. The trailer's backdrop was that of a desecrated metropolitan city overcome by necrotic tentacles and debris.

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Are you excited for Doom Eternal? The teaser ended with a shot of Doom Slayer, AKA "Doomguy" putting on his iconic green helmet before jumping into the action. Hell on Earth was, of course, promised as well.

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Regardless, it certainly seems like we're going to be getting more from Doom in the near future besides some multiplayer updates. With just a short trailer on display during the Bethesda Softworks E3 presentation, fans will have to wait until Quakecon this August for more information.

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