The energy drink company has created two "Doom Eternal" flavors.

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April 5, 2021

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G Fuel is adding two "Doom Eternal" inspired drinks to their lineup.

The first is G Fuel Demon'ade Reskin, which includes a new packaging design and Sour Demon'ade flavor inspired by the "Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2 DLC." The G Fuel Spicy Demon'ade Reskin tub features the Doom Slayer wielding the Sentinel Hammer, with the Betrayer and a Sentinel army at his back. The G Fuel Sour Demon'ade tub boasts the other side of the battle: a titan led by an enemy wielding a Crucible sword. Place the tubs side-by-side, and fans can create the key art from the "Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC."

"We're excited to take our partnership with Bethesda Softworks to the next level and unleash the new G Fuel Sour Demon'ade and Spicy Demon'ade Reskin on Doom Slayers around the world, just in time for 'The Ancient Gods Part 2' teaser trailer," says Cliff Morgan, founder and chief executive officer, G Fuel. "Armed with both hellishly energizing and complementary G Fuel flavors, our fans are bound to seal the demons within Hell — for good finally."

Fans can pre-order the new G Fuel Sour Demon'ade and Spicy Demon'ade Reskin at gfuel.com/collections/doom-demonade. G Fuel will start shipping both flavors on May 15.

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