Mighty DOOM by Alpha Dog Games' release date has been announced with new trailer.

Mighty DOOM Release Date: When Does It Come Out?

Mighty DOOM by Alpha Dog Games' release date has been announced with new trailer.

Bethesda has announced new mobile game Mighty DOOM today with a high energy trailer that showcases the story as well as gameplay. Developed by Alpha Dog Games’ the free to play game takes place in the newly introduced animated DOOM universe. Mighty DOOM is set to release March 21st in select countries. 

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Play as the Mini Slayer, a former collectible toy from DOOM Eternal, brought to life with a surge of Argent energy. Seeing his pet bunny Daisy taken by a demon, he follows them through an open portal. Once on the other side, you take over Mini Slayer in his mission to rescue Daisy.

The top-down, rogue-lite shooter features one touch controls allowing for high offense without having to sacrifice any mobility. Gun your way through intense battle arenas and defeat iconic bosses, such as the Doom Hunter. As you level up, bigger guns, new powers and better gear become available to fine tune your demon slaying skills. 

Image via Bethesda Softworks

Slated for release March 21st, Mighty DOOM is available on iOS and Android. Pre-register and play between launch and April 20th to obtain exclusive weapon skins along with other in game items. Slayers Club members will gain an exclusive Mini Slayer skin when they link their Slayers Club account in game. 

Packed with action and Glory Kills, Mighty DOOM is an easy to learn, mobile way to enter the DOOM universe. Stay tuned to our game page for more updates as they become available. 

Featured Image via Bethesda Softworks

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