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Grab Doom Collection For $20, Includes $10 Doom Eternal Rebate (PS4, Xbox One)
Go back to where the series began before Doom Eternal.
With Doom Eternal releasing March 20, fans will soon return to slaying the demonic forces of Hell, facing new types of enemies and wielding a bigger, more ridiculous arsenal of weapons. Doom Eternal will be the fifth mainline game in the series, and if you want to go back to the franchise's roots before the new game releases, you can easily do so with the Doom Slayers Collection, which is on sale for $20 (down from $30) at Amazon and available for PS4 and Xbox One. That's 33% off, and the bundle comes with free Prime shipping.
The Doom Slayers Collection comes with Doom (1993), Doom II (1994), Doom 3 (2004), and Doom (2016). Getting all four games for just $20 is an excellent deal, as buying them all separately on PSN or Xbox Live would cost you $40 at full price. Even with Doom 2016 on sale for $6 on Xbox Live and $10 on PSN right now, you'd pay at least $26, so this is a deal to hop on if you're interested in revisiting classic Doom games in the coming weeks.
It's important to note the Doom Slayers Collection only includes Doom 2016 on a disc. The box will come with download codes for Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3.
You get a few bonuses for purchasing this bundle as well. Notably, the collection includes a $10 rebate on Doom Eternal, which is already discounted to $49.94 on Amazon ahead of release. You'll also receive a controller skin and Doom game poster.
While this collection is only for PS4 and Xbox One, you can save quite a bit of money on classic Doom games on the Nintendo Eshop, where Doom and Doom II are going for $1.49 each. Doom 3 is discounted to $3, and Doom 2016 is 50% off at $30.
Plus, brush up on everything you need to know about pre-ordering Doom Eternal, including its pre-order bonuses, Collector's edition, and more.
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