Doomguy collectibles are secret items that occur in Doom (2016), two per level for a total of 26 figures, which are a reward for exploration. Finding each collectible unlocks a certain model of one of the game's enemies or weapons which are viewable in the menu system.
The Doomguy collectible is an approximately nine-inch-tall action figure, evidently created by the UAC to venerate or to celebrate finding the Doom Slayer. It wears a simplified version of the Praetor suit and comes in various colors. A soft glow is emitted from behind the visor, which is slightly translucent. When picked up, the figures play a chip-tune-styled excerpt of "At Doom's Gate", the theme from E1M1: Hangar in the original Doom.
The Doom Slayer shortly examines each figure when picking it up. Some of the figures elicit different reactions; in particular, finding the Doom marine figure causes him to pose the figure and then perform a stylish fist bump.
- Like much of the 2016 Doom game's concept art, the Doomguy collectibles were designed by Emerson Tung.
- Gaming Heads Doomguy collectibles, real-world adaptations of several of the figures.
- Tung, Emerson. "DOOM - In Game Collectibles." DeviantArt. Retrieved 3 May 2018.