Doom Eternal [cheats]
How to Activate: To activate codes in DOOM Eternal, bring down the Command Console by pressing [Ctrl + Alt + ~]. Input the code you want to use, and then press Enter to activate it.|
Obviously, since these codes do change the way the game is played, we suggest
completing the game all the way through without the use of any command codes, and then experimenting with which codes work best for you on your subsequent playthroughs.
Activate All Cheats - Toggles all of the unlocked cheat codes.
Infinite Extra Lives - It gives you infinite Extra Lives.
IDDQD - You get active Sentinel Armor for the entireity of a mission.
Instant Stagger Mode - Your bullets, explosions, Flame Belch, and Dashing instantly staggers all the enemies except unique bosses.
All Runes - You instantly unlock all the Runes in DOOM Eternal.
Infinite Ammo - Your weapons get infinite ammo.
IDKFA - You unlock all weapons and equipment.
Powerup Mode: Onslaught - You unlock infinite Onslaught powerup for a mission.
Silver Bullet Mode - Your bullets, explosions, Flame Belch, and Dashing instantly kills staggered demons.
Fully Upgraded Suit - You unlock all Praetor Suit perks in the game.
Powerup Mode: Overdrive - You unlock infinite Overdrive powerup for a mission.
Famine Mode - Demons don’t drop any HP or Armor upon dying.
Party Mode - Your enemies burst into confetti on fully body gib, lower body gib, upper body gib, limb loss, and fatal headshots.
Powerup Mode: Berserker - You get infinite Berserker powerup at the start of certain maps i.e. Hell on Earth, Exultia, Super Gore Nest, ARC Complex, and Mars Core.
QuakeCon Mode - You get an invisible audience who cheers for you depending on how well you play the game.
Constant Crashing Fix Guide:
The purpose of this guide is to offer one solution to the constant crashing that you may experience when trying to start the campaign. One of these instances could be when you try to continue your playthrough and halfway through loading the level it will automatically crash and take you back to your desktop. Keep in mind that this is only one solution. Also, the game has only been out for a week and the devs are pushing out patches to fix any bugs
Verifying Integrity of Game Files
* Go to Library.
* Right-click on Doom Eternal.
* Go to Properties.
* Go to the Local Files tab.
* Click on the "Verify Integrity of Game Files" tab.
* Click accept if any notification pops up.
* Now wait, this process will take a few minutes.
* Any files missing will be recovered and downloaded.
* Startup Doom Eternal and check to see if crashes are fixed.
Note: You may or may not get a notification saying that one file was missing and it will recover a 2.7GB file (at least it did in my case)
How to Defeat Marauders (Useful Tips):
This guide explains how to quickly and efficiently deal with Marauders.
Guide to Deal with Marauders
The Marauder is one of DOOM Eternal's most difficult enemies to fight against. His combat style is completely different to any other demon in the game and has been the cause of many players' frustration. Here's how to make him trivial.
* Kill any demons with the exception of Fodder demons. This will make your job much easier.
* Make sure you have either the SSG or Ballista out at all times (The Rocket Launcher can be used too, but splash damage can hurt you so be careful).
* Keep to about mid-range from the Marauder, if he gets within shotgunning range, dash away; if he's too far, let him come to you.
* Use Frag Grenades or your gun to kill his dog if he spawns it.
* At mid-range the Marauder's eyes will flash green and make a loud audio cue to do his melee attack.
* Once he does this use your SSG or Ballista to stagger him and quick switch between them using Z and X to get addition shots in; if you're fast enough, you can score about 3 hits on him.
* When the Marauder's stagger ends, return to mid-range and rinse and repeat until he dies.
* If during this process you run low on shells or energy cells, Chainsaw a Fodder demon to replenish them.
* You can use the Remote Detonation mod for the Rocket Launcher and Frag Grenades to stagger the Marauder at any time if they explode behind him, but I've found that this method is somewhat inconsistent.
* BFG tendrils can damage him, but this method happens so rarely its not worth wasting precious Argent Energy.
How to Skip the Intro Video:
This guide given short and quick answer on how to skip the intro on game start.
The Answer Is (How to Skip Boot Sequence Videos?)
Add the following command to your game's startup options:
It's the same as in DOOM 2016. An alternative would be to delete or rename the video file:
Skip Bethesda account check:
* Open Steam client.
* Find Doom Eternal in your library.
* Right click -> "Properties".
* On "GENERAL" tab click "SET LAUNCH OPTIONS2".
and hit "OK".
Disable “Press spacebar to continue” on loading screens:
* Open Steam client.
* Find Doom Eternal in your library.
* Right click -> “Properties”.
* On "GENERAL" tab click "SET LAUNCH OPTIONS".
and hit "OK".
If you need to add multiple launch tweaks, separate them with spaces:
+com_skipIntroVideo 1 +com_skipKeyPressOnLoadScreens 1
Combat Tips and Tricks:
Basic combat tips and tricks gathered over the course of several campaigns with
added info from other users.
-=Tips and Tricks for Combat=-
* If there is one thing you should do at all times, you should keep moving. Even if you’re just shooting at an enemy from afar, you should at the very least be strafing from side to side so that the demons can’t get a good lock onto you.
* Focus on larger enemies when you have full ammunition and reserve humanoid enemies (i.e., zombies) for recovering health, ammunition, and armour. If you get rid of the smaller foes too early, you may find there’s no way to recover health when you’re at death’s door.
* There are lots of ledges, pipes, and portals littered around most areas where
enemies appear. They’re not just for show. Use them as often as you can to dart
around the area, getting the jump on demons where you can.
* If you need to recover armour safely, use the flame thrower to roast a staggered foe. Do this before either performing a glory kill to get both health and armour, or mincing them up with a slash of the chainsaw for ammo and armour.
* Know which alternative fire modes are best for dealing with certain enemies. For example, Cacodemons (the big eyeball things that float around) really hate swallowing grenades from Sticky Bombs. Getting rid of them first gives you some much needed breathing room to deal with the other big threats. (Open your Codex and read the entries on Demons: each has weaknesses, get to know them!)
* Some enemies have weaknesses that can be exploited to reduce their firepower.
Arachnotrons (the big brains with spider legs) can have their turret blown off with a sticky grenade or a well-placed bolt from the heavy cannon, while Revenants rocket launchers can be destroyed.
* Use secondary fire often, as they’re usually much better than the primary fire for dealing with certain enemies. Hell Knights (the hulking jumping demons) tend to have a harder time against explosives like sticky grenades, micro missiles, and many others.
* Shoot any mines or red barrels near enemies. Their explosions will nearly always stagger them for a short time, interrupting their attack for a short time.
* For any enemy that uses plasma shielding, concentrated fire of the plasma gun
will strip the shield. Destroying a shield with the Plasma Gun will cause it to
explode, dealing heavy damage to nearby demons.
* Are you finding levels too tough but don’t want to resort to cheats or changing the difficulty? Use the Mission Select to complete old missions to get Extra Lives. These carry over to your main campaign progress.
* Upgrading weapons is a needful thing and certain areas are perfect for doing
this such as the early area in Super Gore Nest Mission... but always leave a few enemies so you can just reload the checkpoint and continue. Also the Fortress has a practice area which is good for some mobs like soldier's).
* Often switch weapons and don't stick to one. Not only the ammo you have is
limited, some of the weapons also take a while to reload the shot. This means
that changing weapons a lot during a fight can help you deal more damage and use up ammo more efficiently.
* To optimize your weapon-switching, try to use numbers and your scroll wheel
instead of the weapon wheel, or in case just press Q to switch to your most
recent weapon. If a number is too far from your fingers, switch to a closer
one and then use the scroll wheel!
* Move efficiently! You'll want to shoot who you can while moving (or running
away), to ensure dealing damage. In addition, the Balista's modules take quite
a bit to load, and while it's doing so your movement speed will decrease,
making you vulnerable. Try to launch yourself in the air and load the shot.
Then, shoot when convenient.
* Spam dash, it can move you away from the damage radius of something like a Hell Knight's slam. You can dash much faster if you only tap the key once. When you do a double dash it takes a second or two to recharge but if you tap, wait, tap,wait, tap you can basically dash forever because it recharges one pip much faster than two.