Doom Eternal toys
Toys are secret items that occur in Doom Eternal, replacing the Doomguy collectibles from Doom (2016). There are 31 toys in total; two or three toys appear in most levels of the main campaign, while the Icon of Sin's toy is unlocked automatically after collecting all the other toys.
Toys take the form of small, cartoonish figurines that each represent a species of demon encountered in the campaign, as well as one toy for the Doom Slayer. Finding a toy adds it to a shelf in the Slayer's private room aboard the Fortress of Doom; the player can then interact with these figurines to bring up a viewable model of the character they represent. Upon finding most toys the Slayer will look at it briefly before putting it away; however, on finding his own figurine the Slayer will raise the toy's left arm before extending his Doomblade.
|Arch-vile||Nekravol - Part II|
|Baron of Hell||Nekravol|
|Doom Slayer||Hell on Earth|
|Dread knight||Nekravol - Part II|
|Hell knight||Doom Hunter Base|
|Icon of Sin||Automatic after finding all other toys|
|Imp||Hell on Earth|
|Lost soul||Doom Hunter Base|
|Mecha zombie||Super Gore Nest|
|Pain elemental||Taras Nabad|
|Revenant||Super Gore Nest|
|Soldier (Blaster)||Cultist Base|
|Soldier (Shield)||Super Gore Nest|
|Tyrant||Nekravol - Part II|
|Zombie (Earth)||Hell on Earth|
- Nearly all toys are found after the player has encountered the demon they represent, with the exceptions of the Doom Slayer (the protagonist) and the Khan Maykr, who appears at the end of the first level.
- The Hell and cultist zombies do not have their own toys, as they and the Earth zombie are considered to represent a single species.