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DOOM Eternal Standard vs Deluxe: The best choice

DOOM Eternal Standard vs Deluxe: The best choice

This week saw the release of two big games: DOOM Eternal and Animal Crossing: New Horizons. DOOM Eternal, like a number of AAA games these days, comes in a couple of different editions. There's the standard edition, which just comes with the base game, but there's also the deluxe edition, which comes with the game and a number of bonuses. Question is: Which one should you buy?

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Google Stadia one day sale marks DOOM Eternal launch

Google Stadia one day sale marks DOOM Eternal launch

Google Stadia has launched a one day price cut, trimming $30 from the cost of the streaming console, and it coincides with one of the most hotly-anticipated games of 2020. Stadia Premiere Edition would usually set you back $129, but Google currently offers it for $99 with free shipping.

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GameStop to launch DOOM Eternal before Animal Crossing for crowd control

GameStop to launch DOOM Eternal before Animal Crossing for crowd control

Social distancing, while not the only preventive measure advised, goes a long way in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. That guideline is hard to observe, however, when crowds rush and squeeze in line for what may be an in-demand product. That's why GameStop is announcing that two games launching on March 20 won't be launching at the same time in the hopes that the crowds will be split more or less in half during in two days.

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DOOM Eternal won’t include microtransactions

DOOM Eternal won’t include microtransactions

DOOM Eternal, the latest installment in the DOOM franchise has been delayed for release until later on this year, will not feature microtransactions. The confirmation recently came from the game's creative director Hugo Martin who pointed out that players will be dropping $60 on the game -- something that will provide them with a 'complete experience.'

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Latest DOOM Eternal trailer prepares us for the battle to save Earth

Latest DOOM Eternal trailer prepares us for the battle to save Earth

Barring some kind of surprise announcement at E3 2020 or something like that, DOOM Eternal could very well wind up being Bethesda's biggest game of the year. Currently, DOOM Eternal is slated for launch on March 20th, 2020, and today Bethesda is trying to build up some pre-release hype for the game by releasing a new trailer. If you're a fan of demon slaying, then you'll probably want to check it out.

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DOOM and DOOM II update brings 60fps and add-on support

DOOM and DOOM II update brings 60fps and add-on support

The DOOM and DOOM II games re-released for mobile devices last summer have been updated with a number of new features and quality of life improvements, Bethesda has announced. Fans will appreciate the changes, including the addition of support for add-ons, as well as 60fps gameplay across all platforms on which the re-released versions are available. Players can also now quickly save and load games and more.

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DOOM Eternal delayed but there’s still some good news

DOOM Eternal delayed but there’s still some good news

In 2016, id Software and Bethesda decided to reboot the DOOM franchise, and the resulting game quickly became one of the more popular first-person shooters around. Given that success, it was no surprise to see Bethesda announce a sequel called DOOM Eternal at E3 2018. Unfortunately, DOOM Eternal won't be arriving on its originally scheduled release date, as Bethesda announced today that the game has been delayed.

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Doom and Doom 2 mobile login requirement finally removed

Doom and Doom 2 mobile login requirement finally removed

In late July, Bethesda announced the release of classic games Doom and Doom 2 on mobile, bringing the beloved nostalgic hits to ordinary phones and tablets. The launch, though exciting, was heavily criticized due to Bethesda's frustrating login requirement -- users were forced to sign into a Bethesda.net account or else they wouldn't be able to play.

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Bethesda will make logins optional on re-released DOOM classics

Bethesda will make logins optional on re-released DOOM classics

During QuakeCon 2019 this week, Bethesda announced that the classic DOOM, DOOM 2, and DOOM 3 games were being re-released on consoles and mobile devices, making it easier than ever to play the old school shooters. Players took to the Internet with a complaint soon after, however: the games force users to sign into their BethesdaNet accounts before they can play.

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DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

Classic first-person shooter DOOM and its sequel DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS. The announcement was made today by Bethesda at QuakeCon 2019, during which time the company also announced that DOOM, DOOM 2 and DOOM 3 are coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Though they're not free, the games are cheap at less than ten bucks each.

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DOOM Eternal release date announced, Battlemode multiplayer teased

DOOM Eternal release date announced, Battlemode multiplayer teased

With no appearances from either The Elder Scrolls 6 or Starfield at Bethesda's E3 presser this year, that left DOOM Eternal as the headliner of the show. As expected, Bethesda spent plenty of time showing off more gameplay footage from DOOM Eternal, talking about both the single-player campaign and multiplayer. Bethesda also announced a release date for DOOM Eternal, and while we've got a while longer to wait, the good news is that it'll be here before the end of the year.

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Doom ‘Linear’ mod packs entire game into single demonic hallway

Doom ‘Linear’ mod packs entire game into single demonic hallway

Do you feel like blasting your way through the original Doom game but don't want to waste time remembering where to go and figuring out where you got lost? A new mod simply called 'Linear' is the solution -- it transforms the entire game into a single long hallway. Players simply run down it, blasting the row of demons in front of them as they go.

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