Doom Eternal[/I] that much shinier come March, but based on this new trailer, it seems like it did the trick.
This newly revealed footage gives us a look at the Gladiator and Marauder enemies, as well as the Crucible weapon and a collection of glory kills (one of the only aspects I nitpicked in Doom 2016). As expected, id is going deeper into the story angle here, which was done masterfully in the last iteration in a way that felt like great worldbuilding without hamstringing the action.
Doom Eternal is still set for a March 20 release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but the Switch edition has that lovely "TBA 2020" timeline. With Panic Button at the helm again, I hope they get as much time as they need to ship a working version, just like they did with the previous Doom.

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