Bethesda Announces Doom: Eternal, a Sequel Set in "Hell on Earth"

Bethesda Announces Doom: Eternal, a Sequel Set in "Hell on Earth"

Rip and tear again!

Bethesda held its E3 2018 press conference tonight and announced Doom: Eternal a sequel to 2016's critically-acclaimed Doom reboot.

Doom: Eternal was unveiled with a short teaser that showed what looked like Doom's heavy metal demons on earth, and of course Doom Guy lock and loading a shotgun to take them on. You can see the trailer below.

Okay, technically he's called Doom Slayer but hey. Bethesda is promising a stronger Doom Guy, twice the number of demons, and "hell on earth," which you can see on the trailer. Bethesda is promising more Doom: Eternal at this year's QuakeCon in Texas.

For more on Bethesda's E3 press conference check out our full E3 2018 guide for the latest updates.

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