One of the big surprises that came with the gameplay reveal for id Software's follow-up to DOOM (2016) was the announcement that multiplayer will not take on the form of traditional deathmatch.
Rip More, Tear More: Obliterate more demons than ever before, each with their own attacks and abilities.
Xbox Game Pass is a monthly subscription service that gives players access to a rotating catalogue of over 100 digital games, including titles on Xbox One and Xbox 360. The DOOM Slayer is a demon killing machine, and he goes pretty hard in this gameplay demo, slaying demon after demon in brutal style.
And of course, that fantastic Mick Gordon soundtrack keeps you going as you blast through the game.
The video shows off the Doomslayer's newly redesigned armor, equipment and returning demons the Archvile, Pain Elemental, and Arachnotron.
In a game design twist that riffs on the likes of Demon's Souls, the developers said you can take control of a demon and invade other player's games. Witness the tumbling skyscrapers of Hell on Earth; battle through an invasion of the mammoth BFG 10,000 on Phobos; and discover the ancient secrets of the DOOM universe. You can see the extensive new gameplay below. With idTech7, every environment is brought to life in unprecedented detail.
Developer Panic Button, the studio who brought the original DOOM to Switch a year ago, may or may not be the ones handling it this time.
There's no release date for DOOM Eternal yet, but more information will undoubtedly be surfacing in the coming months.