Wearable DOOM Helmet Coming Friday from Limited Run Games in Epic Collector’s Bundle

This Friday, get ready to slay. North Carolina-based video game distributor, Limited Run Games (which specializes in offering physical releases of previously digital-only video games) will be releasing a full-size, wearable replica of the original Doom Slayer– complete with a detailed battle-worn painting effect.

Like all of LRG offerings, this is a limited release of the replica. Unlike most of LRG releasees, this one will not include an actual game. Although the original 1993 first-person shooter has been ported to most modern consoles including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Android.

The limited run release will include:

DOOM FLOPPY DISC PIN: Proudly display this recreation of the MS-DOS hardware that started it all. Modeled after the classic 3.5 in floppy disk. Features classic Doom logo.

CLASSIC DOOM COVER ART PRINT: Give your place a badass ambiance with the iconic and brutal first cover art of the franchise. Created by Don Ivan Puchantz, Godfather of Dallas Illustration. High quality litho print on acid-free paper.

The collector’s edition will be releasing Friday September 25, 2020 alongside a Doom 64 rerelease on Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch at limitedrungames.com.

See everything included here:

Barry Falls Jr
Barry was the managing editor of his university newspaper before contributing as a freelance content creator for Yahoo News and Esquire. He founded Horror Theory in 2014 to analyze horror films through a sociological lens.

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