The wait for Doom Eternal has felt… well, eternal, but the time has finally arrived to dive back into the series’ demon rending action. It can be made all the more fun by utilizing any of the game’s many preorder bonuses though, and that’s why we’re here to walk you through how to redeem your preorder DLC in Doom Eternal.
Redeeming Preorder DLC in Doom Eternal
As with most preorder bonuses, redeeming Doom Eternal’s preorder bonuses works in one of two ways based on how you purchased the game.
If you purchased a physical retail copy, then there will either be a voucher with a code included in the box for you to redeem or a code on the receipt from whichever retailer you picked the game up from. You can then use said code through the PlayStation Store or the Xbox Store to obtain your preorder bonus.
On the other hand, if you preordered the game digitally, you’ll have fewer steps to take. Digitally preordered copies will see their preorder bonuses automatically downloaded (or at least you’ll be given the option to) alongside the game upon its release, and will basically be available for use in-game as soon as you boot it up.
How to Apply Preorder Bonus Skins
As for how to apply these preorder bonuses to your Doom Slayer once you’re successfully playing Doom Eternal, it’s also an easy process.
Simply open up the main menu and make your way to the Customize option. Here, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of different aesthetics you can apply to the Doom Slayer, not least of which being those obtained through preorder bonuses.
Hopefully this cleared up how to redeem preorder DLC in Doom Eternal. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has plenty of helpful tips, tricks and info on a variety of topics like how to get more ammo and how to switch weapons.
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