Bethesda Softworks has officially released a new free update for DOOM Eternal as next-gen console owners will get the full effect.
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After teasing it for a few weeks, Bethesda Softworks has finally released a proper trailer for DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two.
Bethesda Softworks confirmed this morning that DOOM Eternal will officially come to the Nintendo Switch next week on December 8th, 2020.
Those of you looking to play DOOM Eternal on the Nintendo Switch will only have one way of getting your hands on the game.
It looks like you'll be seeing DOOM Eternal on the Nintendo Switch in the near future as id Software says they're "very close".
During Opening Night Live at Gamescom 2020, Bethesda Softworks decided to show off a new trailer for DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods.
Bethesda Softworks revealed today that two of their games, DOOM Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online, will be going to next-gen.
Just in case you fall into the small group of people who have beat DOOM Eternal on every difficulty, there's some DLC on the way.
If there's a sequel to DOOM Eternal to complete the trilogy, it's a safe bet it won't feature Mick Gordon's music again.
No one ever said DOOM Eternal was easy. In fact, the game is designed to be an adrenaline-fueled challenge for even hardcore players.
If you happen to be one of the people who purchased the Collector's Edition of DOOM Eternal, you can now get your hands on the soundtrack.
In a world of people bored at home who like to make crazy weapons, you had to know someone was going to make a DOOM Eternal weapon.
One of the weird items we're finding out about DOOM Eternal in the aftermath of its release is that one of the weapons you could get was a pistol.
A cool new video is out from the Arkade Blaster crowdfunding campaign, showing off the product playing DOOM Eternal from a mobile device.
Ever wonder how Doom Eternal's music came to be? Listen to a special session from the composer himself for an idea of how it came together.