DOOM Eternal Standard Edition (Xbox One)
Doom Eternal Standard Edition is the sequel to Doom 2016 and one of the most intense games that you will play in 2020 on Xbox One.
Doom Eternal’s story begins where Doom 2016 left off (spoilers alert if you are yet to play Doom 2016). You are all alone on your mission to defeat demons that have overtaken Earth. This adrenaline-raising game will take you all the way to Mars, where you'll also have to fight (yes, you guessed it.) more demons.
Another great title developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks will leave all the players trembling with excitement after the most demanding and ruthless gameplay of the year.
Compared to its predecessor, everything in this game is simply MORE. More action, more combat, more weapons, more enemies. From the very beginning, the player starts the game with a shotgun instead of the usual pistol. And from that moment the game simply expects your full-attention and mind-boggling reflexes.
From shotguns that can set demons on fire to breathtaking mechanics that will make your every move feel like a masterpiece, you will love every second of this game. Each new room has bigger, stronger, and faster enemies, who will unleash punches, smashes, fireballs, and laser beams if given an opportunity. So make sure to warm up your fingers before pressing play.
Doom Eternal Standard Edition is a must for every Doom fan out there. Dive into the chaotic world of fast-paced shooter that is bound to keep you on your tip-toes until the very end.
My full statement regarding DOOM Eternal
This statement is issued in response to id Software Studio Director Marty Stratton’s “DOOM Eternal OST Open Letter”, published on Reddit on May 5, 2020. Afterwards, he offered me a six-figure…
Doom Eternal composer responds to id Software exec's "hurtful lie", two years later
Composer Mick Gordon has published a rebuttal to an open letter by id Software executive producer Marty Stratton concerning Doom Eternal's soundtrack. Stratton's post was written all the way back in May 2020, and Gordon's response is a doozy. “Marty lied about the circumstances surrounding the DOOM Eternal Soundtrack and used disinformation and innuendo to blame me entirely for its failure,” Gordon said in the post on Medium. Gordon claims that Stratton later offered a six-figure amount if he never spoke about the matter, but Gordon insists he turned the money down. Read more