Doom Eternal is out today, and it’s an absolute blast. However, from its gore to its rapid pace, it’s not for the faint-hearted. There’s much that can be done to have a bit of an easier time in the Doom sequel, and we are here to help.
When you first drop into Doom Eternal, you might be shocked by the level of in-your-face carnage that hits you immediately. If you didn’t know what you were in for then there’s a chance you could be put off – don’t be, there are good times ahead if you get to grips with a few fundamentals.
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Doom Eternal is the gift that keeps on giving. The first-person shooter launched in March 2020, just as the pandemic Read more