DOOM Eternal will be on average longer than the 2016 chapter, guarantees executive producer Marty Stratton.
The single-player campaign of DOOM Eternal will be more long-lived than that offered by the previous chapter. Confirmation of this was id Software’sexecutive producer, Marty Stratton, at QconForums.com. In fact, the developer specified that the game will take between 18 and 22 hours to complete.
“It’s definitely bigger and longer-lived than the 2016 DOOM,” he commented. “I think the way we’re challenging the players will probably last a little longer. My guess right now is an 18-22 hour interval, based on the fairly complete playthrough.”
Moreover, Stratton stressed that players are approaching the titles in different ways and that at the end of the previous chapter the timing proved to be rather varied, with players having completed the experience in 14 hours while others spent more than 30 hours to identify every secret and collectible object.
In our last proven DOOM Eternal event, Francesco Serino wrote: “The 2016 Doom is for us one of the best action games of this generation, a supreme work on a personal computer. This sequel seems to concretize all the ideas that remained partially unexpressed in the previous game, to create a version at the limits of perfection with more weapons and enemies.
Doom Eternal is a tiring, all-encompassing game that seems to require all our skills together to allow us to achieve the coveted victory. Let’s just hope not to be the victim of unexpected slips … ” DOOM Eternal’s
release date is scheduled for November 22 on PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.