Doom II: Hell on Earth Player Count and Stats (2024)

Doom II Hell on Earth player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Doom II: Hell on Earth 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.

Doom II: Hell on Earth player count:

2 million game units sold worldwide

Last updated December 1998

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Game Description

“Doom II: Hell on Earth” is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by GT Interactive Software. It was released in 1994 as the sequel to the original “Doom” game and is the second main installment in the “Doom” series. “Doom II” builds upon the gameplay mechanics of its predecessor and introduces new features and levels for players to enjoy.

In “Doom II,” players once again take on the role of the Doomguy, a space marine who must battle the forces of Hell to save Earth from invasion. The game picks up right after the events of the original “Doom,” where the player successfully defeated the demon invasion on Mars. However, a portal to Hell remains open, leading to a new wave of demonic creatures flooding Earth.

Similar to the first game, “Doom II” is a fast-paced, action-packed shooter with non-stop demon-slaying action. Players navigate through various levels, known as “maps” or “stages,” and face an array of challenging enemies, including new foes like the Arch-vile and the Mancubus. The game features a wide range of weapons, from the iconic double-barreled shotgun and the chainsaw to the powerful BFG 9000.

One of the notable additions in “Doom II” is the inclusion of the Super Shotgun, which quickly became a fan-favorite weapon for its devastating firepower. The game also introduces new level design elements, such as trap-filled rooms and multi-level structures, adding to the complexity of the gameplay.

“Doom II” became immensely popular and received critical acclaim for its intense action, improved level design, and expanded arsenal of weapons. It also significantly contributed to the growth of the modding community, as players created custom levels, graphics, and modifications for the game.

The success of “Doom II: Hell on Earth” solidified the “Doom” series as a landmark in the first-person shooter genre, and it remains a beloved classic among gamers to this day. Its impact on the gaming industry has been profound, influencing countless other games and shaping the direction of the FPS genre for years to come.

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