The Doom Eternal box art has been revealed (and it’s hellishly good)

After Bethesda’s wild E3 presentation, we got a closer look at the upcoming Doom Eternal box art. It looks much more like the classic Doom art fans know and love. With both the deluxe edition and regular edition sporting beautiful art styles, the covers alone make a good case for picking up a hard copy of the game.

Doom Eternal is the fifth installment in the infamous Doom series by id Software. It’s a sequel to the 2016 reboot of the Doom franchise, bringing new life into the classic games. Players will get to play as the Doom Slayer, fighting the agents of Hell once again. It’s another worthy tick in the belt of the violent, over-the-top first-person shooter series that has been a gaming icon since its birth in the early nineties, and the Doom Eternal box art is a mirror of that sensibility and a throwback to the classic, hectic landscapes of box art’s past.

You can check out both the regular edition and deluxe edition covers below.

The deluxe edition comes with a classic weapons sound pack, the Demonic Slayer skin, and the Doom Eternal Year One Pass, which includes two single-player campaign expansions to be released in the first year. All preorders include the Doom Eternal Rip and Tear pack. This pack includes the Doom Revenant Skin, the Throwback Shotgun Weapon Skin, and the Bonus Campaign Master Level.

For the intense collectors among you, there’s also the massive Doom Eternal Collector’s Edition. This edition includes a full-sized Doom Slayer helmet, a playable cassette tape and digital copies of the Doom Eternal and 2016 Doom soundtracks, a Doom lore book with custom artbook from id Software, and one 11″ by 17″ lithograph, as well as all digital goodies from the Doom Eternal deluxe edition.

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Doom Eternal is set to release on November 22 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Google Stadia, which makes it one of the first games available on Google’s new streaming platform.