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You Get An Full-Size Helmet With Doom Eternal Collector's Edition - Bethesda E3 2019

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Coming this November.

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.

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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.

Check out our full press conference schedule to follow along with all of the events as they happen.

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