Bethesda has released the launch trailer for Doom Eternal. Doom Eternal is the sequel to Doom 2016 and promises to be more action-packed. Bethesda has already provided us with a review code so you can expect a day-1 PC Performance Analysis when the game launches on March 20th.
Doom Eternal will let player rip and tear through heaven and hell. The game will feature more demons, more Glory Kills, gigantic behemoths, never-before-seen environments and more in id Software’s biggest and most ambitious game to date.
Doom Eternal uses id Tech 7 and will look better than its predecessor. The game will also have ten times higher geometric detail than its predecessor. Moreover, it will have greater texture fidelity than id Software has ever put on screen.
However, and as we’ve already reported, Doom Eternal will not support Ray Tracing at launch. id Software may add support for Ray Tracing via a post-launch patch.
Doom Eternal releases on March 20th. You can also find the game’s PC system requirements here.