Here’s The Cheapest Copies Of Doom Eternal In Australia

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Here’s The Cheapest Copies Of Doom Eternal In Australia

Doom Eternal launches this Friday, so you can expect plenty of blood and guts to end the week. Luckily, you won’t have to spare an arm and a limb to get your hands on a copy because most retailers have solid prices for the game. Welcome to hell!

Doom Eternal is the follow-up to 2016’s highly acclaimed Doom reboot. This go around, there’s more monster murder and mayhem than ever before, so expect to be rippin’ and tearin’ your way through this weekend and beyond.

If you need some light relief after all the killing, keep in mind that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is also releasing the same day.

Currently, the best price for Doom Eternal is at Harvey Norman for $68.

You can check out the rest of prices below.

Most digital storefronts are offering it for pre-order at the premium price of $99.95 including Steam, Humble, Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store.


Will you be getting your hands dirty this weekend?

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Comments

    • Actually, that math doesn’t add up. The link takes you to a voucher page that says 13% (which does add up), but there’s a voucher code button next to that which says you’ll save 16%. Also on the Deluxe Edition.

  • Hmm… i just want to know what time this unlocks on Steam.

    Their timer says the 21st and Bethesda’s time says around 1am on the 20th.

    • Yep, can confirm 100% unlocked early (still the 19th for us here by American time), 20 minutes in AND IT’S FANTASTIC!) starting weapon is the shottie now, no more pistol!

  • EB Games: $99.95 (PS4|XBO]PC)
    Most digital storefronts are offering it for pre-order at the premium price of $99.95 including Steam, Humble, Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store.

    Why does this not surprise me? 1. that EB is $30 more than other stores. and 2. that digital stores that by all reasonable logic should be cheaper than physical stores – are grossly over priced.

    • I wasn’t planning on buying it yet anyway but I walked into my local EB today just to see what they were selling it for and was gobsmacked when I saw the price tag. They’re kidding, righ?

        • A low dollar means EB can charge $30 more than everyone else?

          Like, I do understand that our economy is suffering and will probably get worse but this is just greed.

    • I’m not necessarily defending EB here, but they have a standard practice of selling at RRP and *usually* price matching others. Other shops just discount because they can (of course, EB could too but there’s no rule that says they have to). I guess I never saw the need to be angry at them charging RRP, when the fact is people can just go to these other places or ask them to pricematch? Vote with your wallet…

      • I always vote with my wallet which is why I don’t think I have ever given a single dollar to EB. Charging ridiculous prices but “price matching” doesn’t absolve them. Just means those unaware are ripped off.

        As for other replies above about the low Australian dollar? I’d agree with you if it weren’t for the fact digital stores have been charging EB prices for years now, it’s not a recent thing. Depends on the publisher and/or store front. Steam is a mixed bag depending on publisher, Epic store is still priced in USD, and Microsoft store tends to charge EB prices + 10%

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