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DOOM Eternal Reportedly Pulled In $450 Million In Only 9 Months

According to the LinkedIn profile of a former developer at id Software, the critically acclaimed DOOM Eternal pulled in a whopping $450 million (£323 million) in just nine months.

Previously, publisher Bethesda revealed that DOOM Eternal gave the series its best ever launch in regards to opening sales, although didn’t divulge any numbers. However, the first-person shooter sequel managed to double the weekend launch revenue of DOOM 2016.

It should be noted that the LinkedIn profile is no longer available for public consumption, but ResetEra was quick enough to take note of the key info.

DOOM Eternal was released for PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One in spring 2020, and you can read our full verdict on the game here.

Recently, DOOM Eternal’s Hugo Martin revealed that he’d be up for including a female Slayer in the series, insisting that he would want the character ‘to be lethal’ and not just a reskin of DOOM Guy.

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[Source – ResetEra via Eurogamer]