DOOM Eternal is looking to take everything that made DOOM (2016) so bleeding good and crank it all up to eleven. In all that we’ve seen of the game so far, it’s looked like a hellishly good time- characteristically brutal, devilishly fast, and beautifully gory.
Now, newly emerged footage (via ResetEra) – footage itself that’s not too recent – shows more of the game in action, and continues to exhibit those same strengths. It’s only a few minutes, but it’s enough to get you excited. There’s impactful shooting and explosions of bloody guts, the game’s expanded movement and mobility, and Mick Gordon’s blaring, pumping soundtrack punctuating it all. Take a look below- the video’s timestamped, so just hit play.
We’ll be seeing a lot more of DOOM Eternal not long from now. It’s supposed to be the centrepiece of Bethesda’s E3 presentation, which is scheduled for June 9th. Following that, the game will also be playable at QuakeCon Europe in July. The game itself launches some time this year for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.