Doom Eternal gets release date, hectic new trailers at E3 2019

What you need to know

  • Doom Eternal now has a release date: November 22, 2019.
  • Alongside the release date, Bethesda and id showed off fresh gameplay and story trailers at E3 2019.
  • Doom Eternal is up for preorder now for $50 at Amazon.

Doom Eternal is probably one of the most anticipated games of 2019, and now it has a release date. During Bethesda's E3 2019 conference, the company announced the next entry in the long-running franchise will arrive on November 22.

Along with the release date, Bethesda showed off a couple of new trailers for Doom Eternal, offering a look at the game's story and gameplay. From the looks of things, players will not only be fighting the forces of hell, but may provoke "the heavens' wrath" as well. We'll surely learn much more as Doom Eternal's release nears, but the story trailer offers a particularly tantalizing look at what's in store.

On the multiplayer front, Bethesda promised some interesting new innovations are to come as well. We'll get a closer look at what Doom Eternal has for fans of the "Battlemode" multiplayer experience at Quakecon 2019.

Finally, as if the new trailers and release date weren't enough, Doom Eternal will also be available in a collector's edition that includes a wearable Doom Slayer helmet, a lore book, a lithograph, and more.

Doom Eternal is currently up for preorder for $50 at Amazon (regularly $60).

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