Doom Eternal has quite a lot of nice moments, and nothing feels higher than getting a fortunate shot at a demon. I had my probability after I switched from an ineffective plasma gun to a shotgun on this scene.

I jumped down a gap and averted the gnashing tooth on the backside with a touch to the aspect on the final second. Then I received a lift as much as the highest of a shaft, the place a bunch of latest enemies awaited me.

Doom Eternal — my lucky shot at a Cacodemon

Above: This plasma rifle isn’t going to work in opposition to a Cacodemon.

Image Credit: Bethesda

One of them was a Cacodemon, a flying demon that isn’t too quick however has a nasty assault. The demon began closing in on me, however I switched to the weapon wheel and grabbed my trusty shotgun. But the Cacodemon received so shut that it pushed me into the mineshaft once more. As I fell backward, I fired a sticky bomb upward. Then I hiT the underside and the booster spit me again as much as the highest.

I used to be stepping within the lava however I spotted that the sticky bomb went into the mouth of the Cacodemon, who was staggered and helpless with indigestion. So I went in for the Glory Kill (melee). It was a small however enjoyable second in Doom Eternal, which is filled with such escapist episodes. Check it out within the connected video.

Bethesda will publish id Software’s Doom Eternal on the consoles and the PC on March 20.

Doom Eternal — my lucky shot at a Cacodemon