Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin, producer and creative director of Doom at id, showed up at the Bethesda E3 press conference to announce Doom Eternal, "an awesome, awesome new sequel to Doom". Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power with the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat. However, beyond those sparse trinkets, not much more information was forthcoming other than the fact that they will be revealing more detailed information on Doom Eternal this August at the annual Quake Con event in Texas.
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Announcing DOOM Eternal, the direct sequel to the award-winning and best-selling DOOM (2016).
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Doom marked a return to the franchise's action roots after 2004's Doom 3, which dumped most of the running and gunning in favor of dark hallways and jump scares.
All we've got is a trailer for now, featuring a nightmarish post-apocalyptic environment, which the company fittingly refers as "hell on Earth", populated with twice as many demons as its predecessor.
Doom Eternal looks like it'll follow a similar format to the original Doom 2 by bringing the demon hordes to Earth. The reveal will be live for attendees and livestreamed for everyone.
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