Doom Eternal review

Review Information

Platform: PC

Time played: We played 15 hours of Doom Eternal, finishing the main campaign on the Hurt Me Plenty difficulty and gathering most of the collectibles and upgrades.

Doom Eternal has risen from the depths of hell as the sequel to Doom 2016, continuing its predecessors’ legacy of mixing old and new in hopes of revitalizing the FPS genre. Although Doom 2016 had its shortcomings, these initial ideas now serve as the spine for a complete new vision for what Doom truly is.

Fast-paced combat, loud weapons, and terrifying demons abound in 2016’s offering. The retro DNA had found the perfect balance alongside the technical improvements that have been present all these past decades – and Doom Eternal has built on this in abundance. 

News Source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *