We all know conferences can be bad. However, this year’s GDC was a new type of hell, but not in the way you might expect. Doom Eternal got an outing and new Doom Eternal gameplay is available to view.
GDC is the short name for the Game Developer Conference, a yearly affair that brings together the minds behind our favorite entertainment medium. It gives devs a chance to discuss the business and we sometimes get a glimpse into their mindset. All the way back in March, iD Software took Doom Eternal to the show and dropped some details on the sequel to the 2016 smash hit. Marty Stratton revealed that Doom Eternal will be available on the Goole Stadia streaming platform and ran through some gameplay.
This session wasn’t made available to the public and we’ve had to sit outside waiting on the latest update from iD, or so we thought. It turns out that the session was on the Google Stadia YouTube channel all along. It slipped by, unnoticed, for so long because the Chocolate Factory decided to leave the video unlisted, meaning that it wouldn’t appear in searches or recommendations of the streaming site. Now, it is clearly on our radar and has amassed over 60,000 views. If you want to check out some brand new Doom Eternal gameplay then the video is just below.
Doom Eternal is the bigger, badder, and more hellish sequel to the recent re-imagining of Doom. After the gates of Hell flood open there isn’t much else to do but put on ick Gordon’s epic metal riffs and shot anything that moves. If you don’t know what Doom is or are eager to find out more about Doom Eternal, check out the official Doom Eternal website, before Hell comes to Pc, Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 in 2019.