Following the Bethesda E3 2019 showcase, it seems that Amazon has discounted DOOM Eternal to $49.99 on the official DOOM Eternal purchasing page.
Whether or not the pricing is an error, the upcoming follow-up to 2016’s critically acclaimed reboot of the 1995 classic is on its way, and it seems that, unless again, this is an error, you can head over to the official Amazon page and pre-order the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch for $49.99 USD and receive it for that price when it launches on Nov. 22nd, 2019.
However, at the time of writing, it is worth noting that this offer doesn’t seem exclusive to just Amazon in the United States. We’ve also found it to be discounted worldwide at the time of writing. Note that some countries may not be eligible for the current cost. While the game is certainly one of the most anticipated follow-up’s of this generation, it is also worth noting that Bethesda is already starting to ramp up the marketing for the game.
With the title running the brand new id Tech 7 engine, DOOM Eternal will return players into the boots of the Doom Slayer as he seeks to rip and tear his way through the legions of Hell and Doctor Samuel Hayden who betrayed him following the events of DOOM (2016). id Software has confirmed the title will feature PvP and PvE elements as well as a new-never-before seen Battlemode, which will see three players take on the role of demons as they fight back against the Doom Slayer.
Meanwhile. You can check out the official story trailer down below as we prepare to make our way to QuakeCon 2019 to go hands-on with DOOM Eternal.
If you haven’t, head on over to the official Amazon landing for DOOM Eternal to pre-order your copy today before the price goes back to $59.99 USD.
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