DOOM Eternal Announced; More To Come At QuakeCon

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

Straight from this year's Bethesda E3 Showcase comes official confirmation of DOOM Eternal, the direct sequel to the award-winning and best-selling DOOM (2016).

Doom Eternal looks like it'll follow a similar format to the original Doom 2 by bringing the demon hordes to Earth. Doom Eternal takes place at least partially on Earth, as teased in the above trailer and confirmed by the developers themselves at Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference.

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A new Doom game is not too big a surprise, if we're brutally honest. Now that Doom finally has the flagship relaunch it needed, it's time for a sequel. The teaser ended with a shot of Doom Slayer, AKA "Doomguy" putting on his iconic green helmet before jumping into the action. The game will also feature a soundtrack by Mick Gordon and will see players fighting new and returning enemies across different dimensions. We'll know for sure what Doom Eternal is and what it has in store when the game gets its proper reveal at QuakeCon 2018 which runs from August 9th through August 12th in Dallas, TX. As you'd expect, Bethesda promised a more powerful Doomslayer, more demons (twice as many!) and a whole lot of violence.