Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two is launching tomorrow for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia. It'll bring new levels and new enemies, and will continue the story of The Ancient Gods - Part One.
What do we know about Doom Eternal's second DLC pack?
The Ancient Gods - Part Two continues the story of the gravel-voiced Doom Slayer and his ongoing mission, which is getting a little convoluted at this point but which definitely involves killing a lot of demons. You must rally the Sentinel armies to your cause, rampage through Hell, and give the ominously-named Dark Lord what he obviously deserves. You can check out the announcement trailer for Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two right here:
In gameplay terms, The Ancient Gods - Part Two will offer brand new levels in completely new locations. Levels take place in the ruins of Sentinel villages, against the cosmic backdrop of the World Spear, and - naturally - in the bastion of the Dark Lord himself. Of course, your journey through Hell will also pit the Doom Slayer against brand new enemies including the new Armored Baron, the Stone Imp, and the venomous Cursed Prowler. There's also a brand new zombie enemy that buffs other enemies when it dies, so you might have to get clever with your indiscriminate demon slaughter this time around.
If you picked up the Doom Eternal Deluxe Edition or bought the Year One Pass, you'll get access to The Ancient Gods - Part Two as part of those purchases. You'll also be able to pick it up from whichever storefront you prefer as a standalone DLC (although it does need the base Doom Eternal game to play, of course). Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two begins its assault against the Dark Lord tomorrow, March 18th, for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. No word yet on when the pack will launch for Nintendo Switch.
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