“Do you want to see hell on earth? We just teased it,” said Creative Director Hugo Martin right after revealing Doom Eternal, the sequel to the 2016 title. In said trailer, we get to see the twisted hellscape that we've come to know and love accented by twisting monstrosities and an accelerating musical chord. It's brief and visceral, but it lets us know that Doom is coming.
Doom Eternal wants to push boundaries with new weapons, abilities and enemies. Bethesda also appears to want to push the genre forward, stating the game will be "the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat."
There's no release date yet, but more information will follow on August 10 during QuakeCon 2018. There, we'll get a look at gameplay for Doom Eternal during a live stream.