DOOM Eternal Datamine Reveals Anticipated DOOM 64 & Quake Ranger Skins

DOOM Eternal Datamine Reveals Anticipated DOOM 64 & Quake Ranger Skins

According to a recent data mine leak, Doom Eternal’s forthcoming update will include the much-anticipated Doom 64 marine and Quake Ranger skins as cosmetics.

According to a DOOM Eternal determine, the Doom Slayer will be able to take on the roles of DOOM 64’s marine and Quake’s Ranger protagonists with two famous skins. After two major DLC additions and several Series events, Doom Eternal boasts almost 40 skins, ranging from magnificent armors and crazy outfits to iconic id Software homages. Although Bethesda first stated that DOOM Eternal would not contain microtransactions, the Bethesda company later introduced cosmetic packs that could be purchased for users who missed out on limited-time Twitch Prime Gaming incentives.

Although the story ended with the DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2 expansion, the game is still being routinely updated with new modes, challenging in-game events, and attainable Series-tier cosmetics. Master Levels, for example, provide remixed campaign areas with more replayability in what is regarded as the game’s most tough confrontations. This feature was first included in the standard game, then expanded with DOOM Eternal’s Super Gore Nest Master Level, and two more were added in the most recent 6.66 updates.

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DOOM Eternal’s next update or in-game event involving a Series tier, according to a fresh leak published by Twitter user YoshiGa8, will bring two of the DOOM community’s most often sought Doom Slayer skins. The first is a DOOM 64 skin that represents the protagonist’s original model from the classic Nintendo 64 game’s closing cutscene, dubbed the “Classic Marine” on its new Master Classic Collection box. The Ranger skin, the canon name of the “Quakeguy,” looks to be the first appearance of id Software’s second-most influential FPS franchise, Quake, in DOOM Eternal. At the same time, there isn’t much information on the leaked files. Beardeddoomguy reports that both skins have in-game models as DOOM Eternal 6.66.

The original editions of DOOM 64 and Quake are still regarded classics, but both games have received remasters in the last year or so. DOOM 64 was released in 2020 for the first time on PC and current consoles, with technical improvements, 4K visuals, and a brand-new chapter set after the original game’s events, linking it directly into the tale of DOOM Eternal. Meanwhile, Quake’s recent remaster, which allows PC and new-gen console gamers to experience the 1996 FPS in 120fps with better textures and models, dynamic lighting, and new features like official mod support, has brought a slew of its quality-of-life enhancements.

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Two of the most sought skins have finally arrived in DOOM Eternal, and it won’t be long before they can be unlocked or purchased. While the release date for the next update is uncertain, DOOM Eternal’s arcade-style Horde Mode, which adds onerous waves of randomized foes and new obstacles to the violent, fast-paced FPS, is available now.

DOOM Eternal is available on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Google Stadia.

Sources: Isannkeket/Twitter (1, 2), beardeddoomguy/Twitter