E3 2019: Doom Eternal to launch on 22 November
10 June 2019 – by Jack Taylor
Doom Eternal, the follow-up to 2016's Doom, will launch for consoles and PC later this year.
New gameplay footage of Doom Eternal was showcased during Bethesda's E3 2019 presentation, along with the news that the game will be launching for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on 22 November.
Players take control of the Doom Slayer and are tasked with destroying hordes of demons - fans will recognise some, such as the Pain Elemental, Archvile, and Arachnotron, while a number of new demons will also be included, such as the Doom Hunter, Marauder, and Gladiator.
A new 2-versus-1 battle mode is also included, in which one player controls a fully-armed Doom Slayer and two others take control of demons in a three-round contest to see who comes out victorious.
Alongside the standard edition, a deluxe edition and collector's edition will also be available; the latter includes a full-size Doom Slayer helmet, extras including soundtracks and a lore book, a special steelbook case, in-game digital extras, and the Year One Pass with additional single-player campaigns.
Doom Eternal launches on 22 November.