DOOM Eternal gets bloody gameplay footage

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 11, 2018

At QuakeCon 2018, id Software revealed some additional tech details about the engine that will be powering DOOM Eternal, the id Tech 7.

And speaking of environments, well, Doom Eternal is Hell on Earth in the most literal sense. Bethesda officially revealed the game during its E3 press conference in June. The developer showed off some all-new gameplay today during their QuakeCon Keynote. Doom has always been about "killing badass demons with big guns in unbelievable places", and Eternal doesn't look like it'll disappoint in that regard. These include the Ballista, which fires an exploding bolt into enemies, and the Super Shotgun, which comes with a blade called the "Meat Hook" attached to the barrels.

"You're gonna love what you can do with that thing", Martin said.

It is even more than exciting to have DOOM Slayer back in this DOOM sequel.

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Of course, the coolest enemies deserve the coolest deaths. "We're spending more time and energy than ever before making sure it feels absolutely incredible every time you shoot, punch, kick, slash or otherwise rip and tear one of the demons", Stratton said.

At least you don't have to worry about the shadowy form of another Doom Slayer showing up to Glory Kill you; in this case, the invading players will possess a demon and try to use its abilities to ruin your day. Id hasn't said whether Doom Eternal will have a traditional multiplayer mode like Doom 2016 did, but honestly, this sounds a lot better.

Doom tethered the demonic alien hordes to the Martian hellscape and kept them well away from our home planet, but that all changes with Doom Eternal. Doom Eternal doesn't have an official release date yet, but whenever it does arrive, it will come to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch all at once.

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