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DOOM Eternal Amazon Prime Loot ‘Arch Files’ Now Available

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DOOM Eternal Amazon Prime Loot 'Arch Files' Now Available

DOOM Eternal partners with Amazon Prime to release a new cosmetic pack known as the Arch Files. For those living under a rock, DOOM Eternal is id Software’s latest installment in the DOOM franchise, released in March 2020 and available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.

The DOOM Eternal Arch Files pack includes some pretty epic items, and claiming them is a breeze, assuming you have an active Amazon Prime membership. 

How to Redeem the DOOM Eternal Arch Files Skins?

To redeem the DOOM Eternal Arch Files Skins, follow these steps:

  1. Visit and login to the Prime Gaming DOOM Eternal Loot Page
  2. Link up your Bethesda account by clicking on the ‘Link Game Account’ button
  3. Log in to with your credentials and read and accept the Terms of Service
  4. Tap on Continue to get redirected back to Prime Gaming
  5. Tap on the Complete claim button to redeem the cosmetic pack
How to Redeem the DOOM Eternal Arch Files Skins?

After following the steps above and claiming the DOOM Eternal Arch Files skins, you may need to re-launch the game. Go to the customization menu on the home screen to check out and apply your new skins and other items.

What’s Included in the DOOM Eternal Arch Files Pack?

Here’s everything included in the DOOM Eternal Arch Files cosmetic pack:

  • The Agent Vile Master Collection
  • Retrowave Slayer Skin
  • Void Revenant Skin
  • Blue Shift Mancubus Skin
  • Retrowave Chaingun Skin
  • Bitcrushed Plasma Rifle Skin
  • Eight new player badges
  • Three new nameplates

As shown, players can pick up five different skins, a few badges and nameplates, and the Agent Vile Master Collection. It’s not a bad deal for simply having an Amazon Prime subscription.

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Cole Andrews

Cole is a lifelong PC gamer who loves FPS, RPG, and MMO games. The first PC game that got him hooked was the Counter-Strike beta in 1999. He has thousands of hours in all of the old-school Blizzard games like Starcraft, Warcraft, and Diablo.

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