Doom Eternal Deluxe Edition and preorder items are special bonus rewards that you get for either getting the special edition and / or preordering the game, respectively. The exclusive rewards in Doom Eternal include the DOOT Revenant, Classic Shotgun and Demonic Slayer skins, the Classic Gun Sound Pack, and more. The question is, of course, how to get all your bonus items and how to apply them. That’s exactly what we’ll be showing you in our How to Redeem Deluxe & Preorder Items in Doom Eternal guide.
Doom Eternal Deluxe Edition & Preorder Bonus Rewards – How to Get?
To get your special edition and preorder bonuses in Doom Eternal, you don’t have to do anything special. Everything that you’re supposed to get will appear automatically when you boot the game up for the first time. If you want to apply the bonus cosmetics, like the DOOT Revenant, the Demonic Slayer, the Classic Combat Shotgun, and so on, you have to go into the Customize menu from the main menu. From there, any section that has an exclamation point means that you have something unlocked there. Find the customization you want and apply it.
As for the Classic Gun Sound Pack, which you get from the Deluxe Edition of Doom Eternal, you apply them in a different manner. From the main menu, head into Settings, then to the Audio tab. Scroll all the way down until you find the Classic Gun Sound Pack, and turn it on. All the extras you get from preordering and the special edition are cool, but this one, along with the DOOT Revenant, is my favorite.
If you’re wondering what the different bonus items you can get in Doom Eternal, here’s a brief rundown. The preorder rewards are the exclusive (and truly wonderful) DOOT Revenant skin, the Throwback Shotgun skin, and the Cultist Base Master Level. As for the Deluxe Edition, the bonus items there are the Demonic Slayer skin and the Classic Gun Sound Pack. Lastly, if you log into the game in the launch month, you’ll also get the Arc Complex Remix Master Level. Some people have reported issues with redeeming their skins, and we’ve written about that in our Doom Eternal missing bonus skins guide.