Doom Eternal ‘Battlemode’ multiplayer overview trailer

A six-minute look at the new two-versus-one multiplayer mode.

Doom Eternal

Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer id Software have released a six-minute trailer for Doom Eternal introducing the game’s multiplayer “Battlemode.”

Here is an overview of Battlemode, via Bethesda Softworks:

Battlemode is Doom Eternal’s all-new two-versus-one multiplayer mode. Developed in-house at id Software, Battlemode features all the fast, frenetic and ferocious combat that defines Doom’s single player. Fight across six unique arenas with five playable demons—ALL future maps and playable demons will be free for all players.

Play as either a fully loaded Doom Slayer, or on a team of two player-controlled demons. The Slayer and the demons’ objective may be the same – destroy the other side – but their playstyles are entirely different. Which side will reign victorious?

Doom: Eternal is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on November 22.

Watch the trailer below.

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