At the end of Bethesda’s 5th annual E3 Showcase in Los Angeles, the publisher featured the highly anticipated sequel, Doom Eternal. Since the game’s announcement at last year’s Bethesda Showcase, fans have been eager to see when exactly the follow-up title of Doom (2016) will be on store shelves.
Though the developer did reveal official gameplay for the title later in 2018 at QuakeCon, there was still no confirmed date or even timeframe for when fans could expect the title to drop. Leading up this year’s press conference, id Software officially announced that the modern adaptation of Doom II will be coming later this Fall.
Showing off some of the story that will be present in the game’s single player campaign, featuring weapons, and killing hordes of demons along the way in a mist of blood. Revealing that the game will continue to break dimensions between Earth, space, and the demons home world as well.
Closing out the segment for Doom Eternal, the game’s Creative Director Hugo Martin and Executive Producer Marty Stratton revealed that the multiplayer portion of Doom will be making a return in the sequel and featured the new online mode, Battlemode.
Similar to the concept of what the Left 4 Dead series had, players will fight each other as one side plays the Doom Marine as the opposing team tries to kill him as the roser of different demons available.
Doom Eternal will be available on November 22, 2019 for Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.