It’s evidently trailer week for Bethesda. First we saw the Dishonored 2 pre-E3 E3-reveal trailer (yes, that’s a thing now apparently) and yesterday was the mutated humanoid anglerfish-filled Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC trailer, and to round off the week? It’s the Doom launch trailer.
Does the new Doom launch trailer tell us anything we didn’t already know? Not so much. Demons, guns, gore, explosions, chainsaw…
Oh! But there’s a calmly-spoken robot – which is kind of a new thing for Doom – and it absolutely 100% is not going to turn out to be psychotic and evil in the end. We promise.
Doom launches on May 13, 2016. Pick up the Doom Season Pass bundle from Amazon.
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