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

Joanna Estrada
June 13, 2018

Having already announced Rage 2 and Fallout 76, Bethesda have confirmed the release of Elder Scrolls VI and Doom Eternal.

The Doom Slayer - Doom's protagonist - will be stronger this time around, which suggests more powerful weapons and perhaps more versatile melee moves. Until then details were limited to another event.

The 2016 revival of Doom was an excellent game, both critically praised and loved by consumers as well.

The 2016 reboot of the '90s classic first-person shooter closed on a fairly major hint, implying id Software and Bethesda were looking to create a new title.

Bethesda Softworks has launched the official teaser trailer for Doom Sequel.

There's no release date, nor are there announced platforms for "DOOM Eternal" just yet. The video shows us a disgusting hellscape that looks like it's actually Earth. The Doom Marine steps in, crushes a demon skull with his boot. He loads a shotgun, cocks it, and takes aim.

A new entry in the legendary video game series "DOOM" is in production. Sounds good to me; sign me right up. We did learn that the game will be at QuakeCon in August, and that's probably when we'll get our first real information about the game.

During Bethesda's annual E3 press conference the company showed a teaser trailer that featured numerous iconic enemies from the series, including the minotaur-like cyber-demon and the giant spider-brains with a mounted laser.

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