Doom Eternal took center stage at Bethesda's E3 2019 press conference. After a lengthy gameplay demo, an asymmetrical multiplayer mode reveal, and the announcement of a November 22 release date, Bethesda showed off a special Collector's Edition for the game--complete with Slayer helmet. And it's said to actually be wearable; this is no cat helmet.
It was one of two sets of bonus goodies shown for Doom Eternal. The first was the Deluxe Edition, which includes a Year One Pass with two pieces of DLC, a Demonic Slayer skin, and a Classic Weapons Sound pack. The second was the Collector's Edition that includes all that, plus a Lore Book, lithograph, Steelbook case, and the wearable Slayer helmet. You can get all the details in our Doom Eternal pre-order guide.
The gameplay demonstration itself showed a few notable features too. The HUD has a "Demonic Corruption" meter, and it appeared to imply interplanetary travel. It also presented a few weapons, including a flame thrower and grenade launcher.
Eternal also comes with a new asymmetrical multiplayer mode, Battlemode. This involves one player assuming control of the Doomslayer while others control demons.
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