GameStop is selling DOOM Eternal today and Animal crossing on Friday


While COVID-19 is beginning to ramp up in the United States, many retailers have taken drastic measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by separating the launches of both Animal Crossing: New Horizons and DOOM Eternal.

As COVID-19 seems to be heating up in the United States, major video games and entertainment retailer, GameStop, has revealed that they have released DOOM Eternal as of today, giving fans a chance to get their copy a day early, but also, giving them a chance to avoid too many people in a single area at any given time.

While it seems hard to believe DOOM Eternal is seemingly breaking up once of the greatest meme-based friendships to date, GameStop is working to work the best they can with the CDCs recommended 50 or more people gatherings by branching the releases into two separate days versus having a crowd of people storming their stores for their games.

Unfortunately, not all GameStop shoppers are happy, many have already taken to social media to fume about the situation, including stores being open amidst a viral pandemic that is just beginning to cover all fifty states with some only seeing minor reported cases and others being hit rather hard.

Regardless, GameStop is trying to bring fans some way to make it through the pandemic whether it’s your time spent with Tom Nook, Isabelle, or, well, the Doom Slayer himself.

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Dustin is our native video game reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the borders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable.  You can find him over on Twitter or Facebook where he interacts with his followers quite a bit!

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