DOOM Eternal ushers in an all-new Horde Mode, Battlemode 2.0, and Master Levels as part of the DOOM Eternal 6.66 update. Are you ready to show the demons who the real slayer is once again?Continue reading
With less than a week until QuakeCon at Home 2021, Bethesda has outlined their upcoming plans for the event, which includes special charities initiatives, giveaways, sales, Twitch Team’s, and plenty more.Continue reading
Ripping and tearing is getting a whole lot better for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S owners as Bethesda and id Software have released the free next-gen upgrade for DOOM Eternal along with enhancements to the PC version.Continue reading
DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2 is a climatic end to the Doom Slayers chapter, but with it, comes some massive changes to the overall experience including difficulty, new demons, weapon uses, and exploration methods. Here’s our review for DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2.Continue reading
id Software’s Hugo Martin and Marty Stratton thanked fans for a solid year of DOOM Eternal and have revealed that now that “The Ancient Gods – Part 2” has shipped, they are focusing on more updates for the game.Continue reading
Bethesda has revealed the Nintendo Switch release date for DOOM Eternal, which will land on the hand-held console hybrid on December 8th as a digital-only release ahead of its launch. Here’s what you need ahead of its launch.Continue reading
DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1 promises to expand upon the series, bringing the DOOM universe into full perspective and taking Slayers on a bigger, bolder, and even more metal experience than before. Here’s our review for DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1.Continue reading
Geoff Keighley has revealed that the world premier for the first DLC expansion for DOOM Eternal will be revealed during Gamescom on August 27th.Continue reading
Just when you thought DOOM Eternal couldn’t get any tougher, id Software and Bethesda, have revealed that empowered demons have made their way into the game, bringing with them increased difficulty as well as a new way to see just how mean of a slayer you actually are.
DOOM Eternal is one of the largest names in the gaming industry as it picks up traditions that its 2016 predecessor established. Now, it’s promising a bigger, bloodier and meaner experience than before. Is it what we needed or does it find itself struggling with new gameplay mechanic introductions and returns of classic foes?