Microsoft wasn't the only major publisher to hold an E3 press conference last night, Bethesda also returned for its fifth annual round of major announcements. We didn't get much of an update on Starfield or The Elder Scolls VI but we did get to see more of DOOM Eternal, which now also has a release date.
Doom Eternal was first announced last year with a gameplay demo showing off the Doom Slayer in action with new abilities. This year, we got to see a bit more and we had some multiplayer updates, with an Invasion mode that lets friends invade the single-player campaign as a demon. The campaign has a new trailer to boot, which you can see below:
Doom Eternal is releasing on more platforms than ever before. At launch, it will be available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and also Google Stadia for cloud streaming.
Doom Eternal is releasing on the 22nd of November,
KitGuru Says: Doom Eternal is one of my most highly anticipated games of the year so far. We'll be getting another good look at the game later in the summer too during Quakecon, so there is still more to come.