Just a few hours ago, Bethesda revealed on the first day of E3 2019 a new gameplay trailer for DOOM Eternal. Fans have waited a long time for this game and now we knew that it is officially going to launch on November 22, 2019.

The gameplay demo of DOOM Eternal showed players some gore, brutal action that they have been waiting for. It seems that the game still remains loyal to its style after all these years. The heavy metal soundtrack also fits perfectly with the visual, provoking some fast and serious action that the franchise is well-known for.

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Right at the start of the trailer, classic

id Software isn't holding back at all with the push-forward combat style, you either move and fight continuously or die. They know what fans love and they keep it while leveling up the difficulty level of the enemy and design. If you are satisfied with the previous DOOM game then this one won't disappoint you. There will be more story DLC on the way for DOOM Eternal to keep fans on their toes even after launch.

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The iconic minigun in the DOOM series

There will be as much blood and gore as you like, it's hell after all

When compared to the previous versions, DOOM Eternal is superior to its predecessor in every way while keeping the core of the gameplay. In addition, Bethesda also announced a new multiplayer mode called Battlemode, where the demons will be controlled by two other players. More detail will be revealed at QuakeCon.

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The game stays true to its principle, move or die

As the developers, Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin said during their presentation at E3, DOOM Eternal will be "the ultimate power fantasy." They also introduced the  Doom Eternal's special Collector's Edition, including various items along with an actual Slayer helmet.

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Bethesda also has their own cloud gaming platform to compete against Stadia

DOOM Eternal will be coming to Google Stadia as well, so if you don't have a $10K PC and want to play the game, you don't have to worry too much. Bethesda also introduced there own cloud gaming platform called Orion that is accessible on slow internet speeds while keeping the high-quality experience. Orion is scheduled to open a limited beta test by the end of this year.