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How many missions are there in Doom Eternal?

We've the answer alongside a collectibles count for each.

MINOR SPOILER WARNING: There are some very minor spoilers below about Doom Eternal. Nothing detailed about the story, but if you want to know NOTHING (not even how long it is), go back now.

Doom Eternal will soon be available, and ahead of launch, we’ve got a total mission and collectibles count for eager fans.

All up, the game’s single-player is comprised of 13 main missions. Our reviewer played on Hurt Me Plenty difficulty and took around 30 hours to complete all the missions.

If you’re interested, the names of each of Doom Eternal‘s missions are below:

Doom Eternal missions

  1. Hell On Earth
  2. Exultia
  3. Cultist Base
  4. Doom Hunter Base
  5. Super Gore Nest
  6. Arc Complex
  7. Mars Core
  8. Sentinal Prime
  9. Taras Nabad
  10. Nekravol
  11. Nekravol – Part 2
  12. Urdak
  13. Final Sin

Doom Eternal collectible count

  1. Hell On Earth
    1. Weapon Modbot- 3
    2. Codex- 6
    3. Toy- 3
    4. Cheatcode- 1
  2. Exultia
    1. Weapon Modbot- 1
    2. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    3. Codex- 7
    4. Sentinel battery- 1
    5. Rune- 1
    6. empyrean key- 1
    7. Toy- 2
    8. Album- 1
  3. Cultist Base
    1. Weapon Modbot- 1
    2. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    3. Praetor suit point- 5
    4. Codex- 1
    5. Sentinel battery- 3
    6. Rune- 1
    7. empyrean key- 1
    8. Toy- 2
    9. Album- 1
    10. Cheatcode- 1
  4. Doom Hunter Base
    1. Weapon Modbot- 1
    2. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    3. Praetor suit point- 4
    4. Codex- 3
    5. Sentinel battery- 2
    6. Rune- 1
    7. Toy- 2
    8. Album- 1
    9. Cheatcode- 1
  5. Super Gore Nest
    1. Weapon Modbot- 2
    2. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    3. Praetor suit point- 5
    4. Codex- 3
    5. Sentinel battery- 3
    6. Rune- 2
    7. Empyrean key- 1
    8. Toy- 3
    9. Album- 2
    10. Cheatcode- 1
  6. Arc Complex
    1. Weapon Modbot- 2
    2. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    3. Praetor suit point- 5
    4. Codex- 5
    5. Sentinel battery- 3
    6. Rune- 2
    7. Empyrean key- 1
    8. Toy- 3
    9. Album- 2
    10. Cheatcode- 1
  7. Mars Core
    1. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    2. Praetor suit point- 5
    3. Codex- 2
    4. Sentinel battery- 3
    5. Rune- 2
    6. Empyrean key- 1
    7. Toy- 3
    8. Album- 2
    9. Cheatcode- 1
  8. Sentinal Prime
    1. Praetor suit point- 1
    2. Codex- 9
  9. Taras Nabad
    1. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    2. Praetor suit point- 5
    3. Mastery token- 2
    4. Codex- 7
    5. Sentinel battery- 3
    6. Empyrean key- 1
    7. Toy- 3
    8. Album- 2
    9. Cheatcode- 1
  10. Nekravol
    1. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    2. Praetor suit point- 3
    3. Mastery token- 2
    4. Codex- 2
    5. Toy- 3
    6. Album- 1
    7. Cheatcode- 1
  11. Nekravol – Part 2
    1. Sentinal Crystal- 1
    2. Praetor suit point- 3
    3. Mastery token- 1
    4. Codex- 3
    5. Toy- 3
    6. Album- 2
    7. Cheatcode- 2
  12. Urdak
    1. Praetor suit point- 2
    2. Mastery token- 2
    3. Codex- 4
    4. Toy- 3
    5. Album- 2
    6. Cheatcode- 1
  13. Final Sin
    1. Codex- 1

Doom Eternal heads to Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia where available on 20 March.

 

Jay Ball
I'm a big fan of older consoles and can flawlessly complete the first 2 levels of Donkey Kong Country with my eyes closed. These days I still play platformers but also love shooters, arcade racers and action adventure titles. I may or may not be in denial about the death of rhythm games.