Bethesda’s going to drop a new DOOM Eternal trailer tomorrow

While DOOM Eternal is still a few months away, Bethesda’s not letting that stop them. They just teased that they’ll be dropping another official trailer tomorrow.

Get ready for the hype, as this new trailer will be released on January 14, 2020, at 9:30 AM PT/12:30 PM ET. Keep in mind that while it doesn’t seem like it, the first story trailer was released over 9 months ago during E3 2019. It was then that we got our first official look at the game, some gameplay and all those demons that we’re going to get up and personal with. Damn, I can wait to see what’s planned for tomorrow.

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They also stated they’ll host a Livestream on Twitch at 8 AM PT/11 AM ET, leading up to the release of the trailer. While they haven’t stated what this stream will consist of, expect to see many things DOOM related.

As for DOOM Eternal, it was originally slated for a 2019 release but was delayed for some polish. Which is always the right call, especially with a AAA game such as this. DOOM Eternal is and has been one of the gaming communities eagerly awaited titles. It has been for me, anyway. DOOM Eternal is now scheduled to be released on March 20, 2020, on the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia. A Nintendo Switch version is also planned, but there hasn’t been any other info release about that.

Don’t forget DOOM 64, which is being released alongside the game. Originally released for the Nintendo 64, this is the first time that the game has been available outside of the platform. The Nintendo Switch version, yet again, has no announced release date.

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I simply can’t wait. I’ve talked to several people that have played the game during several gaming conventions. Meanwhile, a huge fan of the series since I first touched a PC, have been itching to get some hands-on. While a trailer isn’t it, it will be the next best thing. Bring on tomorrow!

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