DOOM Eternal review
80 GB available space
The DOOM franchise has always been known to be one of the best video game franchises of all time, and DOOM Eternal is set to be no exception. DOOM Eternal is a sequel to the 2016 reboot of the original DOOM. The reboot was a triumphant return to the series, and it surpassed the hype many had for it. The sequel is set to be a larger and more powerful version of the reboot, with improved visuals and a more in-depth story.
DOOM Eternal is a first-person shooter with a fast-paced gameplay. The player's objective is to defeat as many demons as possible, as well as to collect as many souls as possible from those demons. The player can use a variety of weapons, as well as a variety of abilities, to defeat the demons. The player also has a variety of different types of grenades to use against the demons, as well as a variety of different types of items to collect from the demons. The player can use a variety of different types of guns to defeat the demons, as well as a variety of different types of melee weapons to defeat the demons.
The graphics of the game are improved from the 2016 reboot. The demons are a lot more detailed and a lot more realistic as well, and they have a variety of different animations.
DOOM Eternal has a variety of different game modes that the player can play on. The game modes are single player, multiplayer, and co-op. The game modes don't have set game length, and the game is never ending. This means that players can play the game for as long as they want to play it, and the game never ends.
- A variety of different game modes
- A lot of replayability
- A lot of different weapons to use
- A lot of different types of abilities to use
- A lot of different types of grenades to use
- A variety of different types of items to collect
- Players might not enjoy the game if they're not the best at FPS games
- Players might not enjoy the game if they don't like first-person shooters
DOOM Eternal is an excellent game that is set to be one of the best games of the year. The game has a lot of replayability, and it is set to one of the most difficult games of the year.