The new video game Doom Eternal is set to release on March 20. You can pre-order it right now on Amazon for $49.94, which is $10 off the regular cost of the game. This deal is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Not only do you get the full game ready for release, you'll also get some other bonuses. Not to mention not having to pay full price when it eventually releases.
Pre-order comes with a digital copy of Doom 64 and the Rip and Tear pack, which includes the Doot revenant player skin and a remixed version of the campaign level Cultist Base. Stop the demonic invasion of Earth and discover your origins!
Amazon is also including a couple of pre-order bonuses with this deal. The first thing you'll get is a copy of Doom 64, one of the original old-school Doom games and a cult classic at this point. You'll also get the Rip and Tear pack, which has some extra in-game content. Use the Doot revenant player skin in Battlemode, the Throwback Shotgun weapon skin, which brings Doom's original shotgun to the newest game, and play a remixed version of the campaign level "Cultist Base" with all new challenges and surprises.
Doom Eternal is a direct sequel to the 2016 game Doom. This is sort of a reimagining of the entire Doom franchise, building on the classics from years ago but creating something altogether new. Doom Eternal looks to be just as successful with plenty more demons to fight and worlds to save. At the end of the first game you were teleported to an unknown location, and in this new game you find two years have passed and Earth is being overrun by demons. You will have to save it!
Beyond just the campaign, the game also has a robust multiplayer. In addition to the regular multiplayer matches, the new Battlemode is a two versus one multiplayer experience that pits one player as the Doom Slayer against two player-controlled demons in a best-of-five match.
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