The forthcoming sequel to Bethesda DOOM’a 2016, DOOM Eternal, is one of the most anticipated games of 2020, and many fans awaiting the release of the game may want to know how long it will take to pass DOOM Eternal in hours. The leak of an early copy of the game seems to have shown not only that, but more, including the number of levels in DOOM Eternal.
A new leak has shown how long it can take to pass the game. DOOM World Forum user Wilk recently posted a screenshot of a YouTube video of YouTube user Kaido, who apparently accidentally leaked an early copy of DOOM Eternal and disclosed the story and gameplay in the comments to the video.
According to Kaido, DOOM Eternal has 13 levels, the same as DooM 2016. But while the average completion time of the DOOM was about 14 and a half hours, according to the time players presented on HowLongToBeat, DOOM Eternal could be much longer. In an interview with QuakeCon 2019, id Software executive producer Marty Stratton told QConForums.com that DOOM Eternal could take players between 18 and 22 hours to complete “a pretty complete game.
HowLongToBeat shows that passing DOOM takes an average of 11 and a half to 25 and a half hours, depending on the skill level. DOOM Eternal is likely to show a similar range of playing time, depending on the skill level of the player and whether or not the players are hunting for hidden secrets of DOOM Eternal.