Over the weekend Bethesda Softworks hosted Quakecon 2018 and during the popular fan event the publisher teased a number of upcoming titles including the crowd favorite “DOOM Eternal”. The DOOM presentation included almost 20min of gameplay from the developers and we learned a few new details about the game. Fans will once again suit up as the never resting DOOM Slayer in the title, which will serve as a sequel to the 2016 hit “DOOM”.

While we still don’t have a release date at this point, “DOOM Eternal” is scheduled to release on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. Eager fans can even pre-order the game from online retailers, you can find it here on Amazon.com if that’s your preferred outlet.

The DOOM Slayer will be equipped with a wide-array of new weapons and armor when the sequel does finally hit store shelves. This time Hell comes to Earth but our planet won’t be the only set-piece for the game. When the publisher released the video below on YouTube the company teased, “Take on twice as many demons in DOOM Eternal, including fan favorites from classic DOOM titles like the Archvile, Pain Elemental, and the Arachnotron.” So players can expect of new and old when they load up the game and the video does a great job of showing off the many levels and weapons that players will be enjoying. We also learned that the game will let players dive into other players single-player campaigns, allowing them to be daemons to hunt down other players.

Bethesda also offered an extended preview of the upcoming title “RAGE 2,” you can find that presentation on Youtube as well. If you prefer MMOs, then you will want to watch the announcement of “The Elder Scrolls Online: Wolfhunter,” which was also shows during the event. Interested viewers can find that video on Youtube. There’s also “Fallout 76,” which got another ‘Vault-Tec Presents’ animation and a panel discussing the ins-and-outs of the new game.

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