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The upcoming revival of the classic FPS shooter DOOM has a few different deals going on for people who choose to pre-order it for PC.

First off, if you grab a DOOM pre-order directly through Steam you’ll receive a free copy of Wolfenstein: The Old BloodBoth titles were published by Bethesda Softworks. This particular deal ends May 12th at 7:30AM Pacific Time according to the news post about this on Steam.

Next up is Bundle Stars. Bundle Stars is discounting a DOOM pre-order by 13% right out of the gate with an additional 13% voucher to be used on the site after you’ve had your key delivered. Bundles Stars has also teamed up with PC Gamer to run a contest. Simply fill out the widget on the PC Gamer article and you’ll be entered to win the $120 Collector’s Edition.

Lastly, if you’d prefer to pick up your DOOM pre-order from somewhere else there’s plenty of choices with varying discounts. DLGamer has the game discounted 20% outright. Green Man Gaming currently does not have a specific discount on the game’s store page, but you can apply the code “20OFF” at checkout to knock the price down by 20%. WinGameStore is selling a DOOM pre-order at a 15% discount, Imperial Games has it at 10% off, and GamesRepublic has DOOM marked down by 10%.

Customers who pre-order DOOM will get several bonuses as per usual. The first is a unique and customizable Demon-themed armor skin. The skin has three variations, and you can further mix up your visual appearance with six metallic paint colors and three iD logo patterns that can be applied to any weapon or armor. The pre-order also includes six “Hack Modules” which are one-time consumable perks.

Bethesda’s take on DOOM is a revival of iD Software’s game of the same name that was released in the early 90s. The game will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on May 13, 2016.

Are you going to pick up a DOOM Pre-Order? Who are you going to buy it from? Do you think DOOM will be able to live up to its predecessor titles? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!