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Twitch streamer shocked after DOOM glitch leads to a secret room

by Bill Cooney
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Twitch streamer "UberHaxorNova" somehow found a secret area in DOOM, all thanks to a completely random glitch.

The first game for the modern incarnation of DOOM came out in 2016, and the first-person shooter is consistently ranked as one of the best of the decade.

It still holds up in 2020, even though there are a few glitches, as Uber hilariously discovered firsthand during a recent playthrough.

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DOOM is still popular years after it was first released.

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After dispatching a pair of demons, the streamer's game began to freak out, and he fell through the level into the space in between the game's playable areas.

"No! Oh my god, it did it again," Uber exclaimed before being transported to a new area. "No, what the f*ck, what the f*ck?"

"Where am I?" he wondered aloud, before he "discovered" a secret room. "I found the secret. What the f*ck, I found a rocket launcher too, alright."

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Glitching through walls and levels in DOOM is common practice for players participating in the appropriate speedrunning category, but Uber definitely wasn't going for a record-breaking run.

Even though he found a secret room, there's no telling exactly how far the streamer had to backtrack, or go forward, in order to get back to where he was when he first glitched out.

At least he now had a shiny new rocket launcher, thanks to the glitch, to help him blow away any hellspawn he may run into - so he was probably fine.

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The look of joy only high-explosive projectile launchers can bring.

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For fans of the 2016 game, its sequel, "DOOM Eternal," is set to come out sometime in 2020, after being previewed at E3 in 2019.

Exactly when DOOM Eternal is coming out remains unknown, but stick with Dexerto for all the latest info on the upcoming game, and whether or not it's as glitchy as the 2016 title is.