Doom Eternal screenshot of the ruined city on Earth

[Update #2]: Doom Eternal has now been released, and I'm happy to say the reviews so far are pretty darn good.

[Update]: Bethesda has now detailed the PC system requirements and recommendations for Doom Eternal.

If you've enjoyed the story threads sprinkled throughout Doom 2016, you'll be glad to hear that Doom Eternal will have even more characters and storylines to dive into. On other other hand, if you're simply in it for the pleasure of ripping and tearing demons apart, worry not as it seems there'll be plenty of that as well!

You can get a pretty good impression of what both sides of the Doom Eternal coin will look like in-game through the recently posted and unsurprisingly action-packed trailer. Have a gander, it's quite a fun one:

It really is a crazy world we live in. After watching a trailer for a new Doom game that features a variety of new weapons and demons to test them on, I'm kind of shocked to admit I'm actually more excited to see where in the world the story will go! Are those supposed to be angels now working against our friendly neighborhood Doomguy, and more importantly, what in the blazing hells happened to Hayden?

Whatever the answers may be, we'll have to wait a little while longer to find out as Doom Eternal will be coming to PC and consoles this March 20, 2020. You can learn a bit more about it, as well as follow any future updates, over at the official website.