Doom Eternal played one of main roles at Bethesda’s latest E3 press conference and now some new details about the title and its post launch content have come out hinting to two story-driven expansions in year one after release.
The second title in Doom’s reboot series has been announced last year promising a bigger world, brutal ways of slaying demons and more enhanced graphics fitting into a title that’s going to launch on the edge of next generation of consoles. Doom Eternal has received some exciting trailers and solid gameplay footage so far and those who have loved the previous title presumably will have a lot of fun with wiping out the demons in the new journey deep down in hell.
Speaking of new information on Doom Eternal, some new details have arrived on it’s after launch support based on the game’s Collector’s Edition listing in which two story-driven single-player DLCs have been spotted. Both of the post-launch contents have listed as Year One expansions that will be available through Year One Pass. However, when the DLCs will hit the platforms still remains as a mystery for the fans.
Like the last title in the series, Doom Eternal will feature both single-player and multiplayer modes in order to allow you to have a really fun while violent experience with cutting off the heads of demons in the hellified Earth.
Doom Eternal will be launching on November 22 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and Stadia.