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DOOM Eternal Pre-Order Guide: All Editions, Prices, and More

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DOOM Eternal Pre-Order Guide: All Editions, Prices, and More

DOOM Eternal is only five short months away (November 22, to be exact), and pre-orders have gone live on a variety of online stores. There are a few different editions coming out, as well as a neat bonus for pre-ordering.

To help with your DOOM pre-ordering endeavors, we’ve consolidated all of the best places to buy into this guide. We’ve included links to both North American and UK storefronts to make pre-ordering easy no matter which side of the Atlantic you live on.

All the DOOM Eternal Editions and What’s Different

When you’re pre-ordering, you’ll want to take into account whether you want just the base game, or additional merchandise or in-game content to supplement on launch day. DOOM Eternal will release with three different editions:

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If you pre-order the Standard Edition, you’ll get the “Rip and Tear pack”, which includes these digital bonuses:

  • A trumpet-wielding “DOOT Revenant skin”
  • A classic “throwback shotgun skin”
  • A bonus campaign master level.

Meanwhile, the Deluxe Edition will come with the following:

  • A year one pass to two campaign add-ons that will be added to DOOM Eternal after launch.
  • A demonic slayer skin and classic sound effects for all of your guns.

Finally, the Collector’s Edition will include all of the items in the Deluxe Edition, as well as the following:

  • A wearable DOOM Slayer helmet replica
  • A cassette tape and digital copies of music from DOOM 2016 and Eternal
  • A lore book
  • A lithograph titled “The Gift of Argent Power”.

Note that the Collector’s and Deluxe Editions are limited in supply, so you’d best snag them quickly if you hope to get them at all.

Where to Pre-order

Standard Edition:

Deluxe Edition:

Collector’s Edition:

And that’s some of the best places to buy the various editions of DOOM Eternal! Tell us, were there any listings we missed? Let us know! And for more on Id Software and Bethesda, read our recap of the Bethesda E3 conference.

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