Doom Eternal Rips And Tears Through Franchise Launch Record

Ripping and tearing is more popular than ever. Doom Eternal had an even better opening weekend than 2016’s Doom reboot, setting a new launch sales record for the entire franchise and hitting over 100,000 concurrent players on Steam.

Compared to 2016’s game, Doom Eternal earned double the revenue, according to publisher Bethesda. It was the best-selling game on Steam that week, as well.

These Steam concurrent player numbers are far higher than Bethesda’s other recent games. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus peaked at just over 16,000, while 2016’s Doom managed about double that.

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