DOOM Eternal Next-Gen Update Now Available

The DOOM Slayer never looked so good with today’s next-gen update to id Software and Bethesda Softworks’ DOOM Eternal.

This free next-gen update to the game includes three different graphics modes. Players will be able to choose between Ray Tracing Mode (which provides accurate lighting and reflections), Performance Mode (which provides smooth gameplay at 120 frames per second, and Balanced Mode (which provides high visual fidelity with 4K at 60 frames per second).

See it in action with the Xbox Series X trailer below:

DOOM Eternal: Xbox Series X Trailer – Available Now

DOOM Eternal tasks players with battling the demonic forces of Hell, aggressively engaging enemies with weaponry like the Super Shotgun, Heavy Cannon, Rocket Launcher, Plasma Rifle, and BFG 9000. Several asymmetric multiplayer modes, including the 2v1 “Battlemode,” have also been included.

You can read our review of the original release here. We said that “it’s crisp, responsive, rewarding, chaotic, and incredibly fun from start to finish.”

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