DOOM Slayers Collection Announced, Console Ports Enhanced

DOOM Slayers Collection

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DOOM Slayers Collection Announced, Console Ports Enhanced

December 12, 2019

By: Robert N. Adams

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Developer
Id Software
Publisher
Bethesda Softworks
Release Date
May 13, 2016 (Calendar)
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If you've never played one of the best first-person shooters in existence, you'll have a very convenient way to do so very soon: the DOOM Slayers Collection has been announced.

What is the DOOM Slayers Collection? Simply put, it packs in almost all of the DOOM games into one box. It will include:

  • DOOM
  • DOOM II
  • DOOM 3
  • DOOM (2016)

However, a reply to the tweet announcing the DOOM Slayers Collection notes that there are several official games and maps that aren't mentioned, and may not be a part of this collection:

  • No Rest for the Living Episode from DOOM II
  • E1M10
  • MAP33
  • The Plutonia Experiment
  • TNT Evilution

Either way, it's still a pretty neat package, although it will be highly dependent on the price. That's not all the good DOOM news, though!

 
 

DOOM Slayers Collection

DOOM and DOOM II console ports add Final DOOMSigil

Eurogamer reports that the console ports of DOOM and DOOM II are getting a bit of a buff. A curated "add-ons" feature will be bringing additional content to those ports, and one of those pieces of content is a very new game.

First, good news for fans of the classic games: Final DOOM is being thrown into the mix, so you'll be able to round out the original trilogy easily enough. That's not all that's coming, though — John Romero's newest game Sigil will also be added for free as a part of this package. All of these add-ons will be free to download for existing owners of the ports.

We can't say for sure when any of these things are arriving, but it's nice to see they're coming. Keep your eyes open, because these are all games that are well worth playing.

What do you think of the DOOM Slayers Collection? Are you going to try out the old-school versions of this classic FPS? Let us know in the comments below!

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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