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The marauder appears in the second official trailer of Doom Eternal, walking out of a red portal facing the Doom Slayer.
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The marauder appears in the second official trailer of Doom Eternal, walking out of a red portal facing the Doom Slayer. It is revealed that he can speak, and he refers to the Doom Slayer as an "usurper" and a "false idol," perhaps hinting at facets of the Slayer's history in Night Sentinel culture that have not yet been fully revealed.
  
 
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The marauder appears against the backdrop of Argent Breach.

The marauder is a new monster which occurs in Doom Eternal. It is a humanoid demon with a skull-like head bearing large, prominent horns. It has blueish-gray skin and wears green armor which closely resembles the Praetor suit. It keeps a garland of skulls around its left thigh, indicating that it may act as a headhunter. It wields a super shotgun and an Argent double-bladed battle axe.

Pre-release

Hugo Martin promised at the 2018 QuakeCon convention that there is a story reason behind the appearance of the marauder and its resemblence to the Doom Slayer which will be revealed in the game.

E3 2019

The marauder appears at the end of the story trailer of Doom Eternal, as the Doom Slayer pulls out a chainsaw in response while it is swinging its battle axe.

At E3 2019 the marauder was revealed to be one of the five established playable demons in the new Doom Eternal multiplayer Battlemode.

2020 trailer

The marauder appears in the second official trailer of Doom Eternal, walking out of a red portal facing the Doom Slayer. It is revealed that he can speak, and he refers to the Doom Slayer as an "usurper" and a "false idol," perhaps hinting at facets of the Slayer's history in Night Sentinel culture that have not yet been fully revealed.