DOOM ETERNAL: New Render Modes Add Different Visual Filters For Players To Rip And Tear In Style

Bethesda and id Software remind players that the new "Render Modes" has been added to DOOM Eternal, which allows players to change the game's visual filters in order to slay demons in style.

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The people over at Bethesda and id Software have gone to great lengths to make sure that they deliver the best product possible, and DOOM Eternal is solid proof of this. From the get-go, the game was an even more ambitious project that its predecessor, and that's saying quite a lot, considering just how great DOOM(2016) is.

DOOM Eternal was initially expected to launch in November of last year, but the developers deemed necessary to polish some details before the game could be released; becoming available, at last, in March of this year to some very positive reviews, and giving players an even more action-packed, demon-slaying experience.

While the release date for the Nintendo Switch version of the game is still a mystery, id Software and Bethesda have kept supporting DOOM Eternal by releasing new content that has added even more replay value to to the demon-slaying title.

Today, for instance, the devs at Bethesda and id Software have added a new "Render Modes" to DOOM Eternal, which gives players a bunch of visual filters to rip and tear in style; from classic black&white and retro handheld(GameBoy) filters to retro console and even VHS.

The best news is that this "Render Modes" has been added today, and players can get it via a free update.

Check it out:

DOOM Eternal puts you in control of the DOOM Slayer as you blow apart new and classic demons with powerful weapons in unbelievable and never-before-seen worlds. Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power as you rip and tear your way across dimensions with the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat.

DOOM Eternal is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PCNintendo Switch version expected to release soon.

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