Doom Eternal Release Window And Pre-Order Guide: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Turn them all to gibs.
Judging by how well it was received, it's no real surprise that the 2016 shooter Doom is getting a sequel. Much like its predecessor, Doom Eternal will feature fast-paced first-person combat, new and classic demon enemies, and an array of firepower, all set to a heavy metal soundtrack composed by Mick Gordon. The game is set to launch sometime in 2019, but you don't have to wait until launch to reserve a copy for yourself.
If you're ready to lock in your pre-order, you can already do so at a number of retailers. Read on to find out where it's available, how much it costs, and what to expect from your pre-order.
No Pre-Order Bonuses Announced Yet
Since Doom Eternal isn't releasing until some yet-to-be-revealed date in 2019, it's entirely possible Bethesda will include some kind of pre-order bonus--the company just hasn't announced yet anything to that effect.
Pre-Order Doom Eternal Standard Edition
No additional editions for Doom Eternal have been announced yet, so the standard edition is the only one you can pre-order at the time of this writing. As you might assume, it just comes with the game itself. Here's where you can pre-order the standard edition of Doom Eternal now, and how much it costs.
- Amazon -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Best Buy -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Bethesda Store -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- GameStop -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Newegg -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Target -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Walmart -- $60 -- PS4 | Xbox One | PC
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