Pre-Order Doom Eternal For $48 With All Bonuses (PC)

The deluxe edition also received a nice discount.


As games like Cyberpunk 2077 and the Final Fantasy VII Remake get delayed, Doom Eternal is likely to be at the center of the gaming world come March 20. It of course still has Animal Crossing: New Horizons to contend with (it's really the perfect complement to Doom), since it releases the same day. You can, however, give your wallet some relief on March 20 if you're planning to play Doom Eternal on PC. Green Man Gaming is currently offering some nice deals on both the standard and Deluxe editions of Doom Eternal, both of which use Bethesda's Launcher.

Both editions of the game are already 14% off, but using promo code DOOM20 at checkout will drop the price to $48 for the standard edition and $72 for the Deluxe edition. Overall, you're saving $12 on the standard edition and $18 on the Deluxe edition, which is probably the best discount you'll find on Doom Eternal prior to launch.

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Pre-ordering either edition of Doom Eternal nets you the Rip and Tear pack, which includes Doom 64, Doot Revenant skin, throwback shotgun skin, and a bonus campaign level dubbed Cultist Base.

The deluxe edition comes with the Year One Pass, Demonic Slayer skin, and a classic weapons sound pack that changes the sound effects for each Doom Eternal weapon. The Year One Pass is the main draw here, as it grants access to the two campaign expansions that will release within a year of the base game.

Doom Eternal isn't the only upcoming game discounted ahead of its 2020 release. If you're looking forward to Resident Evil 3, Green Man Gaming is currently selling pre-orders for the remake for $47.39.

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