Bethesda and DOOM Eternal of id Software were launched on March 20, allowing players to tear themselves apart and fight their way to save humanity. The company has released several versions of the game with various bonuses.
The Collectors Edition did not come with a physical soundtrack at launch, to the disappointment of many fans. Now Bethesda has made the digital soundtrack available to the owners of the Collectors Edition. The soundtrack will soon be available for DOOM fans on other digital music distributors.DOOM Eternal Digital Soundtrack Now Available For Collectors Edition Owners With Rumors Of Possible Remix By Composer
Collectors Edition owners can log into their Bethesda.net accounts to access the digital soundtrack. Everyone else will have to wait for the soundtracks to be available on iTunes, Spotify, and other music retailers.
DOOM Eternal was mixed by composer Mick Gordon, who previously mixed music for the DOOM 2016 game.
When the soundtrack was released, some fans noticed some problems with the quality of the music. A DOOM fan, @thatACDCguy on Twitter, detailed the audio differences and said, “Mick Gordon is a much more talented audio engineer than I am, it’s not even close and that’s what makes it particularly frustrating. I expect much better from him. Again, the music itself is phenomenal, but this mix on the official soundtrack is frankly horrible. “