The ultimate bundle for any DOOM fan, the Collector's Edition contains a Deluxe Edition copy of DOOM Eternal and an incredible assortment of goods highlighted by a wearable DOOM Slayer's helmet - a sight that makes Hell itself shudder in fear!
The standalone official game soundtrack for DOOM Eternal will not be completed by 3/20/2020. Bethesda will notify you when it is available for download.
As the DOOM Slayer, you return to find Earth has suffered a demonic invasion. Raze Hell and discover the Slayer’s origins and his enduring mission to rip and tear…until it is done.
by Andrew Reiner
Rip. Tear. Celebrate. Doom Eternal is an FPS feast that bombards players with adrenaline-soaked excitement and ridiculous amounts of gore. In this direct continuation to 2016’s reimagining of Doom, developer id Software plays the role of angel and devil, empowering the legendary Doom Slayer with more might, while simultaneously giving the demons more hellish ways to inflict pain. This clashing of titans is a spectacle to behold. Explosions and guts soar across the battlefield as heavy metal pounds to the carnage. No matter who is left standing, the player is the beneficiary of the series’ best combat, which hits an exhilarating fever pitch.
A sequel that empowers the Doom Slayer with more weapons that he uses to punish an even bigger and deadlier demonic army
The game roars at a smooth clip and looks devilishly good. The forces of evil are shredded in extreme detail
Mick Gordon’s soundtrack is heavy, yet the beats are catchy. The double bass also lines up with the player’s heartbeat when the fights get bloody
New weapons and enemy types add significant layers of complexity to the combat. It’s fast, fun, and loaded with variety
The 2016 game now looks like a primer for a much more elaborate battle against the forces of hell
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