Guide: Doom Eternal Pre-Order Bonuses, Collector's Edition, Release Date (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC)

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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.

During Bethesda's E3 2019 press conference, id Software gave fans a closer look at Doom Eternal's gameplay and also confirmed its release date: November 22, 2019. The game is set to launch on PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.

The developers also showed off Doom Eternal's asymmetrical multiplayer mode, called Battlemode, during the E3 event. In Battlemode, one player will fight as the Doom Slayer, while two other players will control demons. The demons can summon more allies to help them take down the Doom Slayer. Meanwhile, the Doom Slayer has access to some incredibly powerful firearms, explosives, and blades, so don't expect it to be an easy fight.

Finally, two special editions were announced for the game, including a Collector's edition that comes with an actual Doom Slayer helmet. Read on for more info about pre-ordering Doom Eternal, including its pre-order bonuses, various editions, and price.

Doom Eternal pre-order bonuses

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Pre-order any version of Doom Eternal, and you'll receive the Rip and Tear Pack, which includes the Doot Revenant Skin, the Throwback Shotgun Weapon Skin, and a Bonus Campaign Master Level. There's also an added bonus at Best Buy, where My Best Buy members can receive $10 reward credit by pre-ordering.

Pre-order Doom Eternal standard edition

As you might assume, the standard edition of Doom Eternal just comes with the game itself and any pre-order bonuses. Right now, the cheapest places to order Doom Eternal are Amazon and Walmart, which are both offering the game for $49.94.

Pre-order Doom Eternal Deluxe edition

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Looking to upgrade your copy of Doom Eternal? Pre-order the Deluxe edition, and you'll receive a few extra digital items: the Demon Slayer Skin, the Classic Weapons Sound Pack, and the Doom Eternal Year One Pass, which will include two single-player campaign expansions during the first year after release. And of course, you'll receive any applicable pre-order bonuses. Here's where to pre-order it:

Pre-order Doom Eternal Collector's edition

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The most prestigious version of Doom Eternal is its Collector's edition, which is already sold out many places. In addition to everything that comes with the Deluxe edition and any pre-order bonuses, the Collector's edition also comes with:

  • An exclusive steelbook case
  • A full-sized, wearable Doom Slayer Helmet replica
  • A playable cassette tape, plus download codes for lossless digital copies of Mick Gordon's Doom (2016) and Doom Eternal original soundtracks
  • Doom lore book with custom artwork by id Software
  • One "The Gift of Argent Power" 11" x 17" lithograph

Here's where you can pre-order Doom Eternal's Collector's edition, assuming you can find a copy in stock:

Doom Slayer action figure

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If you can't pick up the Collector's edition but still want a little Doom Eternal loot of your own, you can pick up this Doom Slayer action figure from McFarlane Toys, which will be released September 27. With 22 moving parts, the 7-inch action figure features the Doom Slayer in his space marine armor and comes with a base, the Super Shot gun, extended arm blade, and sheathed arm blade. It'll also come packaged in Doom-themed window box packaging, making an eye-catching addition to any gamer's collection.

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Dear Gamespot Staff. Please stop recycling old news into new news cause this is getting ridiculous!

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Wonder if they'll have a nice compliment statue to the Revenant from the last one.

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Really looking forward to this one. More Mick Gordon as well. (If this isn't the case I would be highly disappointed)

Not sure If I am getting this one on XoneX, or on PC, but we will get more info on comparisons and all much closer to launch.

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@Lach0121: What kind of monster gets a first person shooter on a console? Who plays first person shooters with a controller?

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@Deckard2323: I prefer it with Mouse and Keyboard myself, but I have no issue with using a controller for such games. "What kind of monster?" Save the hyperbole.

Especially with Bethesda games its kinda hit or miss with optimization and performance, although Doom 2016 performed pretty damn good on PC

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@Lach0121: I'm pretty sure @Deckard2323 was just joking with the "monster" comment. Lighten up, bro.

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@theKSMM: I'm not taking offense so its kind of irrelevant if it was a joke, or not. I just said save the hyperbole. (which implies the comment isn't to be taken seriously) Lighten up, bro.

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Looks like the good old Arch-vile and Pain Elemental (AKA Cacodad) are making a comeback.

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I hope it turns out to be what their vision of Doom 4 was. By that I don't mean it should be a Call of Duty game skinned to look like Doom... I mean the Hell on Earth motif they wanted to return to like they did with Doom 2. From the teaser it sure seems like that's where they're going with the crumbling skyscrapers and highways.

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Do you think we will ever get a retail PC version that just works with installations instead any DRM? It pains me to see I can't have a retail PC version that will be be working offline if ever Steam or the internet dies (that's not happening soon but you never know).

I'd paid for that, Doom and it's great iterations could be such a great addition to digital archeology.

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@santinegrete: did valve not say ages ago, it would patch the games so you could download them and run them without steam, if the ever went tits up?

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@UltimateBastard: I do remember them saying that when it was a big deal in the press, and gaming communities. I want to say they addressed that around 2011-2012. But my memory (even though its pretty good) is malleable/flexible like everyone else's over time.

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@UltimateBastard: -I did not know that. Guess I'll have to fabricate my own retail with burning disks, if that ever happens. Hope they can leave servers running if they go tits up.

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I love how the title says "release date" yet the release date is nowhere to be found in the article. I expected the writer to be Eddie Makuch.

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@nurnberg: Good call. That's the naming convention we've been using for these pre-order guides, but I've changed it to "Release Window" until we have a specific date.

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Really enjoyed my time with Doom so that ending made it all the more frustrating when I saw those credits start to roll. ID/Bethesda obviously had more in mind so I’m glad gamers are getting a second chance to venture threw the bowels of hell shot guns loaded.


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@nijato: That's quite a bit of "happy endings" you're giving out.

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@nijato: i dont believe you and flag you for spam immedediately ^^.

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@nijato: You are cancer.

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One of the few series I'll still preorder. Hasn't been a version I didn't love playing.

Heck, even their map tool was fun in the most recent sequel.

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@Pyrosa: I never understood pre-orders. Are you expecting some sort of shortage and HAVE to reserve your copy?