Doom Eternal Collector's Edition Won't Come With Everything At Launch

The game's official soundtrack isn't ready to ship yet, according to publisher Bethesda.

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Those who purchased Doom Eternal's Collector's Edition may be disappointed to find out that the game's official soundtrack isn't ready to ship yet. However, publisher Bethesda Softworks has announced that the soundtrack will come as soon as it's ready and that the CE will still include all other confirmed items.

Bethesda clarified in a follow-up tweet that Doom Eternal will still launch on March 20 for PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox One, replete with a full in-game soundtrack. It's the separate, official soundtrack that features as a digital download in the Collector's Edition that won't release on March 20. Unfortunately, Bethesda didn't offer anything more specific than "after [Doom Eternal's] release date" for when we can expect the soundtrack to be delivered to customers. You can check out our Doom Eternal pre-order guide to see the other add-ons and bonuses that are included.

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For those that already pre-ordered the Collector's Edition, you can still expect a lossless digital code for Doom (2016)'s soundtrack.

Composer Mick Gordon, the man behind Doom (2016)'s original soundtrack, returns to put together the music for Doom Eternal. Gordon recently shared a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Doom Eternal's soundtrack, where he sought out the help of a heavy metal choir.

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