Doom Eternal Will Have Two Single-Player DLC in the First Year of Launch

Doom Eternal Will Have Two Single-Player DLC in the First Year of Launch

The ride doesn't end after you beat Doom Eternal.

Doom Eternal is coming out later this year, but the demon murdering won't stop at launch. According to retailers there will be a season pass that comes with two single-player campaign expansions within the first year of release.

As listed on the Doom Eternal Collector's Edition, part of the digital rewards is the Year One Pass which will include "Campaign DLC 1+2." This will be the first single-player DLC expansion released for Doom and could hint at the newfound potential for the series following the success of Doom 2016.

Yesterday, Bethesda released the first new gameplay trailer for Doom Eternal that we've seen in a while. While there are some new mechanics, like grappling and wall climbing, the meat and bones of Doom Eternal is still the gory ways you can kill demons.

Doom Eternal will also add a new multiplayer mode this year where two players will control demons, and a third will play as the Doom Slayer. This asymmetrical PvP mode will require the demon players to think strategically against the overwhelming power of the Doom Slayer. The Demon players can also summon additional demons if they need help.

We got a chance to play Doom Eternal at E3 and were blown away by how much thought was put into the sequel. Nearly every aspect of Doom Eternal feels considered and the glory kills are just a part of what makes the sequel special.

Doom Eternal is coming out on November 22 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For more info you can check out our Doom Eternal guide, or our Bethesda E3 2019 guide for all their announcements from this year's show.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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