Doom Eternal is the frenetic sequel to 2016's critically-acclaimed Doom. Developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks, Doom Eternal puts players in the shoes of the Doom Slayer once again, as he once again takes on the forces of Hell. Echoing the plot of the original Doom 2, the battle now takes place on a ravaged Earth.
Doom Eternal's gameplay is faster than its predecessor, and it affords different modes of movement through new mechanics such as the grappling hook. The FPS has twice as many demons as Doom (2016), and it introduces brutal new ways to kill them, including unique glory kills and brand-new weapons such as the Crucible Blade.
The game also features a single-player campaign and two multiplayer options: Battlemode and Invasion. Battlemode is a three-player asymmetric mode where one player takes the role of Doom Guy, and the two other players take the role of demons hell-bent on taking the Slayer out. Invasion mode allows players to "invade" the single-player campaign.
The newest entry in the Doom series will release on March 20, 2020, for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia.