Doom Eternal Release Date Announced At Bethesda E3 2019 Conference
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Bethesda's E3 2019 briefing brought us a few brand-new games, a lot of dragon love, and most importantly, a good long look at the upcoming Doom Eternal. But most importantly, the release date for the first-person shooter was also announced. November 22, 2019 is the date that we can expect the follow up to ID Software's excellent Doom reboot.
Hugo Martin (Creative Director) and Marty Stratton (Executive Producer) got on stage to reveal the date alongside a new story trailer and the announcement of a new multiplayer mode, titled Battlemode.
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Battlemode appears to be an asymmetrical multiplayer mode, where two player-controlled demons take on another who controls a Doom person. The demons will have different abilities and playstyles, and more information will be revealed at Quakecon. Bethesda also revealed the collector's edition of Doom Eternal, which comes with a wearable Doom helmet. Because, of course.
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