DOOM Eternal Gets Release Date and Collector's Edition

Bethesda E3 Showcase

Bethesda E3 Showcase

What we all just learned today is that you're not only fighting demons, but going to new locations, like motherfucking Heaven.

Doom Eternal is out November 22 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. Head down to the comments section and let us know. We've also got a new game in the form of Commander Keen for mobile, a follow-up to one of id software's earliest games, and a new game from Tango Gameworks called Ghostwire Tokyo-a horror mystery game.

The Switch release of "The Elder Scrolls: Blades" can be played docked or via tablet mode, and is compatible with Joy-Cons, as can be seen in the trailer (above). No specific release date was announced during the press conference. Check out the brand new trailer below! Furthermore, Fallout 76 will have a free trial period during June 10-17 as well.

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The game is also getting a huge new update across all versions of the title, with a new dragon-filled questline becoming available immediately after the Bethesda showcase.

In particular, the game's main protagonist - the Doom Marine - has been its most mysterious.

So go ahead and get started on Elder Scrolls: Blades right now by grabbing it on Google Play. In a fight to the death, the demons are capable of summoning additional reinforcements to help them in battle.

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