Doom Eternal Battlemode trailer shows brutal 2v1 combat
What you need to know
- Doom Eternal features a new Battlemode multiplayer mode, where two players as demons fight one player as a Slayer.
- Bethesda Softworks has a released a new over trailer for Battlemode.
- This trailer runs down the basics of what players can expect and gives us some more gameplay footage.
- Doom Eternal is currently set to release on November 22, 2019 and you can preorder it for $60 at Amazon for Nintendo Switch.
Doom Eternal is the next big game from Bethesda Softworks and id Software. In addition to a meaty campaign offering, Doom Eternal is bringing something new to the series: Battlemode. First revealed at E3 2019, Battlemode pits two players as demons against one player as the Slayer.
There's a new Doom Eternal Battlemode trailer, which gives us another look at the gameplay and a nice overview of what you can expect at launch. You can check out the Doom Eternal Battlemode trailer in the video below:
At launch, Battlemode will include six unique arenas to fight on, with five different demons. More demons and more arenas will be coming post-launch and they will all be free, as of right now the only paid DLC is for additional singleplayer content which will be released post-launch. Doom Eternal is currenly scheduled to release on November 22, 2019 for all platforms.
Related: Doom Eternal gets gory campaign and multiplayer footage from QuakeCon 2019
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