- Oct 24, 2017
- PC (Mar 20, 2020)
- PlayStation 4 (Mar 20, 2020)
- Xbox One (Mar 20, 2020)
- Nintendo Switch (Dec 31, 2020)
DOOM Eternal builds on the 2016 reboot by further polishing every aspect of it's gameplay, visuals and soundtrack to create the ultimate DOOM experience.
DOOM Eternal for PC game reviews & Metacritic score: DOOM Eternal is the direct sequel to 2016's DOOM. Developed by id Software, DOOM Eternal delivers the ultimate combination of speed and power, along with the ne...
DOOM Eternal for PlayStation 4 game reviews & Metacritic score: DOOM Eternal is the direct sequel to 2016's DOOM. Developed by id Software, DOOM Eternal delivers the ultimate combination of speed and power, along with the ne...
DOOM Eternal for Xbox One game reviews & Metacritic score: DOOM Eternal is the direct sequel to 2016's DOOM. Developed by id Software, DOOM Eternal delivers the ultimate combination of speed and power, along with the ne...
IGN - Ryan McCaffrey - 9 / 10
Doom Eternal is one of the best first-person shooter campaigns in years. Its brand of fun remains unmatched in FPSes.
GameSpot - Phil Hornshaw - 8 / 10
Doom Eternal intensifies the battles with Hell's hordes by requiring you to constantly calculate the best ways to rip, tear, and stay alive.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 8.5 / 10
Doom Eternal keeps the strong foundation built back in 2016 intact, while adding some of its own panache in the process. I think we can officially declare that the last iteration wasn't just a lone fluke, and that Doom is back in the shooter spotlight where it belongs.
DualShockers - Logan Moore - 9 / 10
DOOM Eternal is a drastic improvement over its predecessor in every way and sees the Doom Slayer reclaiming his throne in the shooter genre.
EGM - Michael Goroff - 8 / 10
As long as Doom Eternal didn't stray too far from its predecessor, it was going to be a good game. But id Software comes surprisingly close to muddying everything with new mechanics. The flamethrower and rechargeable chainsaw give you more options during battle, but they can also feel like unnecessary additions. Still, a deeper lore, a banging soundtrack, and plenty of demons to gib leave Doom Eternal in a happy place—relatively speaking.
PC Gamer - James Davenport - 94 / 100
Doom Eternal is a ceaseless, panicked nightmare that pushes you to point and click with more skill and style than ever before.
PCGamesN - Richard Scott-Jones - 9 / 10
Id stumbles very occasionally in its ambition to expand on 2016, but you won’t care when you’re enjoying the best combat in shooters. Pure, animalistic catharsis.
Eurogamer - Edwin Evans-Thirlwell - No Recommendation / Blank
An even faster and bloodier but slightly wayward follow-up to a thunderous shooter reboot.
GamesRadar+ - Josh West - 3.5 / 5 stars
Doom Eternal is a smart iteration of what came before it that occasionally stumbles under its own desire to evolve
God is a Geek - Mick Fraser - 9.5 / 10
Doom Eternal is loud, brash, hellishly violent, and 100% entertainment. It might not be the perfect video game, but it absolutely is the perfect Doom game.
Press Start - James Berich - 10 / 10
Doom Eternal is a bigger and better sequel in practically every way.
Push Square - Liam Croft - 9 / 10
DOOM Eternal delivers one of the best FPS campaigns of all time.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Matt Cox - Unscored
Doom Eternal is a lot like the last game, but better.
TrustedReviews - Adam Speight - 4 / 5 stars
Doom (2016) turns things up to 11 for the beloved demon-mulching shooter series. With Doom Eternal, id Software cranks the volume up to 20. There’s a booming soundtrack, pulse-raising action and stunning hellish landscapes aplenty, but the sequel still isn’t without its flaws.
Twinfinite - Tom Hopkins - 4.5 / 5
Doom Eternal is far more than gore, double jumps, and brutal executions. It’s an impeccably designed game that perfectly balances every single aspect of its action to create one of the most challenging, exhausting, and consistently fun shooters in years.
USgamer - Mike Williams - Unscored
Doom Eternal mostly manages to avoid the bloat that plagues other sequels, but it also roughs up that perfect pacing with more lore, sometimes muddy platforming, and more collectibles to find.
VG247 - Kirk McKeand - 4 / 5 stars
This is the strongest Doom has ever been.
VideoGamer - Josh Wise - 8 / 10
It's only when you stop playing, feeling somehow frazzled, energised, and jittery, that you realise the game has as much in common with the audiovisual arts as it does with a double-shot of espresso.