DOOM New Trailer Showcases Demons, Power-Ups And More

Francesco De Meo
Posted Mar 24, 2016
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With the DOOM closed beta coming soon for those who have pre-ordered Wolfenstein: The New Order, Bethesda has been sharing more on its anticipated first person shooter game in the past few days. Today, the publisher has shared yet another trailer showcasing some of the features of the game.

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The new DOOM trailer focuses on Demons, Power Weapons and Power-Ups, showing more glimpses of the fast paced shooting experience of the game. The fact that Demons are actually playable in the game is definitely interesting, opening up some nice new gameplay possibilities.

For more than two decades, the DOOM marine has shot, smashed, blasted and chainsawed his way through heaving hordes of hellspawn. But come May 13, when DOOM releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, the demons will finally have their day. For the first time in the history of id’s seminal shooter, players can actually become a demon and wreak all kinds of havoc in intense multiplayer matches.

But that’s not all. Along with the newly playable demons, combatants can also grab hold of devastating power weapons and unique power-ups that enhance the intensely fun multiplayer mayhem. For a look at just a few of the demons, power weapons and power-ups in DOOM multiplayer, watch our new video.

As already mentioned, a DOOM closed beta will become available next week for those who have pre-ordered Wolfenstein: The New Order and those who have participated in the closed Alpha. Two weeks ago, Bethesda revealed more details on the matter as well as more on the system requirements, which will be slightly higher than in the closed alpha.

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DOOM launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 13th. The game’s Closed Beta will be held between March 31st and April 3rd, allowing players to try out Team Deathmatch and the recently revealed Warpath mode on the Heatwave and Infernal maps.

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