IGN Video - DOOM Eternal: 12 Minutes of Battlemode 2v1 Multiplayer Gameplay

Game director Hugo Martin talks us through a match of DOOM Eternal's multiplayer called "Battlemode."

IGN Video - DOOM Eternal: 45 Brutal Glory Kills in 2 Minutes

DOOM Eternal has doubled down on DOOM (2016)'s Glory Kill system and introduced more Glory Kill animations. A lot more, in fact. This isn't even close to all of them, but here's a whole bunch (45, to be exact) from our time with Eternal so far.

TUBBZ "cosplaying ducks" also adds Street Figther, DOOM, and Resident Evil characters to its lineup

Duck and cover!

We’re incredibly proud to introduce the second wave of TUBBZ - the official range of collectable cosplaying ducks! Featuring Sonic the Hedgehog, DOOM, Resident Evil, The Last of Us, and Street Fighter, wave 2 is sure to be a treat for gamers and pop culture fans alike.

Representing the biggest video game, movie, TV show, and comic book brands, TUBBZ are fantastically fun collectables that transform all of your favourite characters into duck-style figurines.

Featuring cute, recognisable designs, these high-quality figurines feature individual poses to suit their characters and each come packaged in a stackable box with a unique bathtub-shaped display stand!

Fans around the world have loved collecting Batman, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Street Fighter, Ghostbusters, and more; with 5 sets announced today as the first of many for 2020, there’s even more for anyone and everyone to collect.

TUBBZ - your favourite video game, movie, TV show, and comic book characters come to life as cosplaying ducks
Official collectables – all official licensed products, designed and engineered by merchandise experts Numskull Designs
Collect them all – up to 8 in each range, with lots to collect
Display box - comes in a collector’s bathtub display box, featuring the franchise logo and the ability to stack on top of other TUBBZ
Premium collectables – highly detailed features and made from premium quality PVC
Approximately 9cm (3.54”) tall when outside of tub display stand (some may vary)
First wave of 2020 – thanks to its huge success, TUBBZ is ramping up this year with more frequent reveals coming throughout 2020

The new line-up includes:

Sonic the Hedgehog: Sonic, Dr. Eggman Street Fighter (wave 2): Guile, E. Honda DOOM: DOOM Slayer, Imp, Marauder, Hell Knight The Last of Us: Ellie, Joel, Tess, The Clicker Resident Evil: Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine, Claire Redfield, Chris Redfield

Also available now:

Borderlands (wave 1): Psycho, Lillith, Moxxi, Tina
Borderlands (wave 2): Brick, Maya, Tyreen Calypso, Troy Calypso
Crash Bandicoot: Crash, Coco, Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. N. Gin
DC Comics: Batman, Robin, Joker, Harley Quinn
Destiny: Cayde, Lord Shaxx, Sweeperbot, Eris Morn
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dovahkiin, Alduin, Ulfric Stormcloak, Jarl Balgruuf the Greater
Fallout: Vault Boy, Vault Girl, T-51 Power Armor, Nuka-Cola Pin Up Girl
Ghostbusters: Egon, Ray, Venkman, Winston
The Lord of the Rings: Frodo, Gandalf the Gray, Sauron, Legolas
Spyro the Dragon: Spyro, Ripto, Elora, Moneybags
Street Fighter (wave 1): Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Blanka

New TUBBZ: Cosplaying Ducks collectables are available worldwide for preorder here, launching April - May.

IGN Video - The first 10 minutes of DOOM Eternal

See Hell come to Earth in the first 10 minutes of DOOM Eternal in glorious 4K/60fps on PC. Let the ripping and tearing begin, until it is done. IGN will have exclusive coverage of DOOM Eternal all February long as part of IGN First.

GoNintendo Video - My Parents Play: DOOM

They're baaaaaaaaaack!

Through technical struggles and endless hours of work, Parents Play has returned. It's not the way I wanted it to go, but it's certainly better than nothing.

The return to Parents Play was rough on the technical side, but as far as gameplay and content goes, my parents still have it. Hopefully, even with the technical hiccups, you find this series' return to be enjoyable.

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IGN Video - DOOM Eternal Doesn't Waste Your Time

Is there still a place in gaming for big dumb awesome adrenaline-fueled blood-frenzied action in a world full of open world games with thousands of activities peppered all over the map?

The developers of DOOM Eternal seem to think so, and from what we've seen, we tend to agree. DOOM Eternal is a game that knows what it is and doesn't waste your time. Is that something we've been missing in recent years? Why is that? Your pals Ryan and Jeremy are here to talk about exactly that, about the ever-evolving relationship between action games and RPGs, about tonal consistency in media and about the cathartic joy of masterful execution of first person action.

What do you think? Are you excited about early reports about DOOM Eternal? Are you at all concerned that the developers don't seem to have plans to add side quests where you have to hunt five cacodemons and collect their hearts so you can give them to a Wizard so he can make a cake out of them for his dog's birthday and in doing so will reward you with the third part of the Sword of Destiny?

IGN Video - 9 Facts and 1 Lie: Doom Franchise

With DOOM Eternal getting closer every day like an ominous morningstar portending our collective damnation, we thought it would be fun to have staffer Michael Swaim look back on the long history of DOOM. So here's 9 fun facts about the DOOM franchise, plus one infernal lie. See if you can exorcise the demon of falsehood before the end of the article...or GO TO HELL.

DOOM Eternal director says the game will not include microtransactions, cosmetics are unlocked through XP

Your wallet is not DOOMed

DOOM Eternal is one of the few AAA games coming out this year that isn't going to include microtransactions. Director Hugo Martin confirmed this in a Facebook post, stating that players won't even have an in-game store to deal with. You pay your $60 and get the full game. Check out Martin's full statement on the matter below.

No store. Nothing you can unlock in Eternal with XP has anything to do with player abilities or content that would impact your game in any way. The only thing you can unlock with XP is cosmetics. These cosmetics have no impact on how you play, they just look cool.

Eternal is a $60 game, not a free-to-play game or a mobile game. We are giving you a complete experience with no store just like you'd expect. Unlocking skins with XP is a part of the experience if you care about that stuff, or you can completely ignore it and it will have no impact on your experience at all and it's all free.

Designing DOOM Eternal's New & Classic Demons

A short video doc all about DOOM

Hugo Martin (Game Director) breaks down the design and redesign of DOOM Eternal's new and classic demons.

Digital Foundry - Doom Eternal Engine Upgrades

As well as sitting down for *three hours* to play the upcoming Doom Eternal, Digital Foundry's John Linneman also had the opportunity to discuss the new id Tech 7 engine upgrades with Doom Eternal executive producer and id software studio director, Marty Stratton. From engine upgrades to ray tracing to Switch to next-gen consoles, there's a ton of new info in this one.


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