Doom Eternal Player Count and Stats (2023)
Last Updated on: August 6th, 2023
Doom Eternal Stats
Here are a few of the most interesting Doom Eternal facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.
Estimated number of copies of Doom Eternal sold during March 2020 (launch month):
Revenue generated by Doom Eternal to date:
Last updated 3/1/21
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“Doom Eternal” is a first-person shooter (FPS) video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the direct sequel to the 2016 game “Doom” and was released on March 20, 2020, for various platforms, including Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.
In “Doom Eternal,” players once again take on the role of the Doom Slayer, a heavily armed and relentless demon-slaying warrior. The game continues the fast-paced and intense gameplay of its predecessor, with a focus on fast movement, strategic combat, and visceral violence.
The game’s story follows the Doom Slayer as he battles against the forces of Hell, which have invaded Earth. Players traverse through various locations, including Earth’s cities, hellish landscapes, and otherworldly realms, to stop the demonic invasion and save humanity.
“Doom Eternal” introduces new gameplay mechanics and features that add depth to the combat experience. The game encourages aggressive playstyle by rewarding players with health and ammo for performing glory kills, which are finishing moves that can be executed on weakened enemies. Additionally, players can use a chainsaw to instantly kill enemies and obtain ammo, and a flamethrower to set demons on fire and make them drop armor shards.
The Doom Slayer also gains new tools and weapons, such as the shoulder-mounted “Flame Belch,” which creates armor pickups when enemies are set on fire, and the “Blood Punch,” a powerful melee attack that deals area-of-effect damage to demons.
“Doom Eternal” features an expanded arsenal, including classic weapons from previous games, such as the Super Shotgun and BFG 9000, as well as new additions like the Ballista and Crucible sword.
In addition to the single-player campaign, the game offers a multiplayer mode called “Battlemode,” where one player controls the Doom Slayer, and two others control powerful demons. The asymmetric multiplayer mode provides intense 2v1 battles with the demons aiming to defeat the Doom Slayer before the time runs out.
“Doom Eternal” received critical acclaim for its intense and satisfying gameplay, superb level design, and adrenaline-pumping action. The game’s polished visuals, heavy metal soundtrack, and engaging story also contributed to its positive reception. As a sequel to the well-received “Doom” reboot, “Doom Eternal” further solidified the franchise’s status as a benchmark for fast-paced, old-school FPS gameplay in the modern gaming landscape.
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Here are all the most recent Doom Eternal news articles. We update game news daily, as it breaks, so be sure to check back often for the latest.
- Doom Eternal getting a physical release on Switch, 6/6/22
- Doom Eternal update out now on Switch (version 6.66), patch notes, 3/1/22
- Doom Eternal has made over $450 million in revenue, 2/28/21
- Doom Eternal coming to Nintendo Switch next week, 11/30/20
- Doom Eternal on Switch Will Now Be Digital-Only, 11/21/20