Can I buy the Doom Eternal official soundtrack?
A soundtrack that rips and tears like you do
Composer Mick Gordon is back again after his award-winning performance in Doom 2016. That now-infamous soundtrack grabbed onto your eardrums and aggressively pulled you into the game, and provided a perfect backdrop upon which to rip demons into tiny pieces with your bare hands. Doom Eternal's soundtrack might be even better. Gordon brought on a bunch of talented metal vocalists from varied backgrounds to bring a metal choir into Doom, making the soundtrack more gripping and ominous than ever before.
If you're one of the dedicated fans that pre-ordered Doom Eternal's Collector's Edition you'll get high-quality soundtracks included for both the first and sequel Doom games. This means digital tracks in lossless quality, so you don't lose a single note no matter what device you're listening on. For the rest of us, we'll have to be content with getting our Doom fix elsewhere. Doom Eternal's soundtrack hasn't shown its face in an official capacity on any platforms like Spotify or YouTube Music, but we'd be shocked if it didn't at some point after Doom Eternal's launch.
It's important to note that even those who pre-ordered Doom Eternal's Collector's Edition won't immediately get the official soundtrack on release day — March 20, 2020 — per a Bethesda update. A reason wasn't provided, although Bethesda did say lossless digital soundtracks for both Doom 2016 and Doom Eternal will be provided in the future. The company also said it'll let players know when they'll be available.
If you simply can't wait for your Doom fix, there's a pretty awesome playlist for Doom Eternal on Spotify that includes 89 songs from Mick Gordon and other talented bands and artists. The playlist should provide a perfect stopgap until the soundtrack is available in an official capacity. We'll update this space as soon as we have more information.
Hell on Earth
Doom Eternal is the next frenetic iteration in the long-running franchise. Set for launch this month, the game aims to bring even more fast-paced action to consoles and PC with new enemies, story, multiplayer modes, and more.
Tearing it up
Now with all the extras
Not only do you get the campaign and Battlemode, but you also get a copy of Doom 64, a Year One Pass, campaign add-ons, skins, and more.
Zachary Boddy (They / Them) is a Staff Writer primarily focused on covering the latest news, the best Xbox and PC games, and the most interesting hardware. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life, and have been with Windows Central and its sister sites since 2019. While originally brought on to write about all things Minecraft, Zachary has since expanded to write about practically everything that Windows Central covers. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.
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