Doom Eternal: How Long Does It Take To Beat?

Doom Eternal: How Long Does It Take To Beat?

Id Software’s Doom Eternal launches this Friday, March 20 on PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch port coming someday down the street. You can try our Doom Eternal review-in-progress for ideas on what to anticipate, however how lengthy does it take to beat? With it being a sequel to 2016’s glorious Doom, it is value how Doom Eternal compares in size to its predecessor.

For those that have not performed it or do not keep in mind, Doom clocks in at about 11 hours long, in line with sport size tracker How Long To Beat. Those 11 hours solely included the primary story, although; you are nearer to 16 hours in the event you do some facet content material and a little bit over 25 hours in the event you’re a completionist. While Doom Eternal is not accessible simply but, the sequel took our reviewer about 16 hours to finish, after gathering most collectibles and skipping some optionally available in-game encounters.

In complete, Doom Eternal has 13 chapters that may take you wherever from about 14-20 hours to complete, relying on the way you comb via the sport. Earlier this 12 months, director Hugo Martin mentioned Doom Eternal’s primary marketing campaign is meant to be properly over 20 hours lengthy, which does appear to be the case in the event you’re being thorough–you can spend a good period of time investigating each final nook to search out all the accessible collectibles, which embody numerous in-game upgrades, traditional Id sport soundtracks, and extra.

Doom Eternal is accessible to pre-order now and doing so nets you extra bonuses, together with a free digital copy of Doom 64, the Rip and Tear Pack, and extra. Those who’re ready for the Collector’s Edition ought to know, nevertheless, that the sport’s official soundtrack will not ship the identical day Doom Eternal launches.

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