DOOM demo extended for the Xbox One, go kill demon hordes now!

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Bethesda has good news for all the DOOM fans out there: you can still go and try out the game because the demo’s availability period is now extended. If you haven’t downloaded the demo yet, hurry up and get it on your XBox One now.

In the DOOM demo, you will have to fight tooth and claw through the opening level of this first-person shooter’s single-player campaign. You will take on the role of a lone DOOM Marine and use extremely destructive guns combined with stealthy movement to kill the demon hordes invading the UAC facility on Mars.

Use your impressive weapons and creativity to kill demons in original and spectacular ways. If you want to stay alive, you’ve got to react faster than them. There is no time to rest: stay on high alert as they’ll come at you from all directions.

DOOM is a very popular game from the 90’s that finally arrived on the Xbox One and PC this year, after an agonizing twelve-year wait. The game features stunning visuals which, combined with the already familiar gameplay elements, delivering an amazing DOOM experience that will have you hooked for hours on end. Fans of the original game and new players will love the game equally.

The game is available in two modes: a brutal single-player campaign and a fast-paced multiplayer. Compete against your friends and show them who the best hunter is. You can also create and play your own levels with SnapMap and quench your demon killing thirst.

The standard edition of DOOM has a price tag of $60, while the collector’s edition if offered for $120. Check out the demo here.

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