Fan Made Doom Eternal Horde Mode Revealed; Releasing On September 13.

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Doom Eternal released earlier this year and has been praised for its fast-paced gunplay and stunning visuals. The game is also set to receive a new story expansion called The Ancient Gods on October 20, adding new story missions and demons. However, Doom fans have been long yearning for a horde mode where they can simply rip and tear through waves of demons.

Even though Bethesda hasn't answered the request, a reputable Doom modder has showcased what has been called Proteh's Horde Mode mod, which is releasing on September 13. The modder, Proteh, dropped a kickass trailer showing the mod in action.

The minute-long trailer kicks off with the famous Doom Eternal monologue, preparing the Doom Slayer to take on hordes of demons. It seems that the mod will include all kinds of demons, ranging from early to late game. Also, from the looks of what's being shown in the trailer, demon waves will only get more difficult as the Slayer clears through the previous wave. The trailer comes to a close with the Doom Slayer wielding the Crucible as the announcer's voice echoes through the arena saying "Final Round."

The modder has stated that the Horde Mode mod will be a challenging one, even for longtime Doom veterans. So, if you feel that you have mastered the art of ripping and tearing in Doom Eternal, you might want to give this mod a shot. Proteh also said that the Slayer will enter the arena equipped only with his combat shotgun and clearing through demon waves will gradually unlock his arsenal. However, the modder also warns that each round will be more difficult than the last one. Be prepared!

In the comments on his video, Proteh added that another video will be uploaded on the mod's launch day, September 13, to explain the mod installation process.

Doom Eternal is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. The game is also launching on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch later this year.

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