Of course trailers and demos don’t hurt, and what we’ve seen of Doom Eternal looks like it’ll be one of 2019’s standout releases. It’s fast and frenetic and in your face, same as the previous entry. But now it’s all of those things in what looks like more ambitious levels, with more of the society-gone-to-hell look, mixing familiar landmarks with demonic influences. And I never expected to say this, but I’m curious about the story as well. 2016’s Doom was great at satirizing corporate influences and building the Doomslayer into a weird demigod of vengeance, and it looks like Doom Eternal will lean even further into those ideas.