Doom Deals (50% Off): 5 Things That Make PS4 Fans Happy

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When it first came out, Doom was groundbreaking FPS. It’s been many years since the original and during that time no shortage of amazing games have come out. Still, PS4 fans still have many reasons to be happy with the latest reboot. In fact, there are so many reasons that it’s hard to include them all. Hence, we’ll just cover five.

1. DOOM FOR PS4 HAS A BADASS STORY

This isn’t the normal, action packed FPS here. Well, you will be shooting something to smithereens but there’s a great story line in spring you to do so. The Union Aerospace Corporation’s on Mars is under attack. Evil alien demons roam the planet and lucky for you, there’s only one person who can stop them. Yes, it’s you. Good luck.

2. DOOM PS4 HAS RELENTLESS GAMEPLAY

This is not a boring game of strategy. Forget taking cover and regenerating your lame health. When Hell itself is reigning down on you, there’s no time for that sissy stuff. It’s just you, your array of space guns and advanced melee techniques against the violence hordes of alien beasts.

3. DOOM PS4 BRING BACK MULTIPLAYER

Tired of frying demons? Switch over to multiplayer for exciting arena-style multiplayer combat. There’re classic and new modes to keep you and your friends busy. Furthermore, there are special power us that allow you to play as a demon.

4. DOOM PS4 GETS CUSTOMIZED

With the SnapMap, users can easily edit the game to their liking. This allows for endless gameplay situations on all platforms. No experience or expertise is a need. Just quickly snap together a customized map and instantly play your creation. Furthermore, you can share it with friends and other players around the world with ease.

5. DOOM PS4 REPLAYABILITY FACTOR

Gamers are already calling the campaign mode one of the most addicting ones in a while. Usually, it’s normal to zip through a campaign once and for all. This one, however, has all sorts of things to go back and discover. With varying levels of difficulty, you’ll want to test your skills time and time again.


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