Bethesda has announced that “Doom Eternal,” the upcoming follow-up to the 2016 reboot of the popular video game series, has been delayed four months.
Originally slated to hit stores November 22nd, the game has now been pushed back to a March 20th 2020 release. The company says in a statement the delay is so the game can “live up to our standards of speed and polish.”
The company also announced ‘Invasion Mode’, which will let people sneak into other players’ games as demons and assassinate Doomyguy, will be released as a free update shortly after launch.
On top of that “Doom 64,” which was just going to be released on Switch, will now also be available on PC at the same time ‘Eternal’ hits stores for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows and Google Stadia.
An update on DOOM Eternal: pic.twitter.com/2LWrfh6e4Z
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