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Id Software brought its A-game yesterday evening with the unveiling of the second official trailer for Doom Eternal. The ultra-violent clash of flesh and metal takes a trip to Earth, where Hell’s armies have invaded, intent on the absolute destruction of humanity.
Doom fans, I come bearing terrible news. The eagerly anticipated Doom Eternal has been delayed. Originally scheduled to launch on November 22nd, Doom Eternal has now been pushed back all the way to March 20th, 2020.
Id Software and Bethesda have dropped a new trailer for Doom Eternal, this time delving deep into its new Battlemode with a multiplayer overview.
After a lot of jibbering jabbering at QuakeCon, we finally got what we’ve all been waiting for - a new in-depth look at the upcoming Doom Eternal. QuakeCon took place this weekend just gone in Texas and London, providing attendees with the chance to go hands-on with the Doom Slayer’s new adventure. 
Id Software has long established itself as a developer that likes to be at the forefront of graphics technology, so it comes as little surprise to learn that Doom Eternal will support all the fancy ray-tracing features of Nvidia’s RTX graphics cards.
The 2016 Doom was an absolutely top-dollar reboot. Id Software achieved the near-impossible with that game, reimagining a resolutely old-school shooter franchise for a modern audience without losing its core essence. It’s one of the greatest single-player shooters ever, so following up on that is a tall order.
There's an air of mystery surround Bethesda's E3 2019 showcase. They've already confirmed The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield won't be shown which, er, leaves us in a bit of quandary as to what will be shown. Doom Eternal is nailed on, of course, while we'll surely hear more about upcoming plans for Fallout 76 and The Elder Scrolls Online.
Bethesda appears to have thrown the towel in when it comes to convincing players to use its own game client and store.
Bethesda promised us a Doom Eternal gameplay reveal at QuakeCon and boy did they deliver on this. Around 17 minutes of gameplay footage from Doom Eternal was shown off on-stage, revealing tantalising first glimpses at new weapons, enemies, abilities and locations for the rip-and-tearing sequel.
Six more games are hoping to keep alive their hopes of reaching the GD World Cup knockout stages. We've got some absorbing encounters lined up today, and of course our big prize giveaway.  
Today's round of the giveaway competition features six future gaming giants slugging it out in the GD Gaming World Cup. Just vote for your most anticipated games in the polls below and you could win a massive prize.