Doom: Eternal Is Release, Is It Available On Play Station 4 & X Box Too? And How Was It’s Gameplay?

The Doom series has finally arrived this year with the latest game of the sequel Doom: Eternal. This game will continue its predecessor Doom that was released back in the year 2016. The game will be the fifth game of the successful game sequel Doom.

The series has been famous for its chronicle style. So the coming game is expected to continue the story in the forward direction of its predecessor. As, we see from the initial comments on the game, this seems even more interesting about how will it succeed the Doom series.

Release Date of Doom: Eternal

The official release date was announced a long time ago. That was a clever marketing strategy that id Software did which did what they really wanted to.

Doom: Eternal was released on 20th March, 2020. Just after the release the game faced massive success. The game was released for Windows, PlayStation 4, Stadia and Xbox One. However, a Nintendo Switch version is expected to reach us soon.

Doom: Eternal


Doom: Eternal is a first-person shooter video game. The game was developed by id Software and Panic Button and was published by Bethesda Softworks. The game runs on id Tech 7 engine. It will have the series “push forward” gameplay. In order to gain health and ammo, the player will have to engage with their enemies.

A huge collection of arms will be accessible to the players. The game features numerous multiplayer modes. This will thus improve the whole gaming experience.

Story of Doom: Eternal

The story begins after eight months of the destruction of Mars. Thus, the world is ruled by evil forces that are controlled by Union Aerospace. The remaining light of hope of the humanity is The Doom Slayer. He returns in order to fight against the demons. And therefore, he has to kill the three Hell Priests: Degas Nilox, Rank, and Grav. He also has to weave through the labyrinth of Hell for reaching his destination and achieving his goals.


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