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The trailer for Doom Eternal‘s second and final DLC campaign has revealed that it will be released tomorrow.
Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part Two will give players “the epic conclusion to the Doom Slayer’s saga”, according to publisher Bethesda.
“You denied the gods and awoke an ancient evil”, the studio’s plot summary reads.
“Now rally the scattered Sentinel armies, lay siege to the last bastion of Hell, break through the fortress walls, and face the Dark Lord himself. The soul of the universe hangs in the balance.”
The Ancient Gods is a two-part campaign that provides extra single-player content to fans of the main Doom Eternal adventure. It’s a standalone expansion that doesn’t require players to own Doom Eternal to play it.
While a price has yet to be confirmed for Part II, the first part was priced at $19.99 when it was released on October 20, 2020.
Players with the Doom Eternal Year One Pass will get both parts, as will those with the Doom Eternal Deluxe Edition, which bundled the main game and the Year One Pass.
Doom Eternal was released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC in March last year. Bethesda claimed Id Software’s shooter doubled the launch revenue of the previous series entry, 2016’s Doom, although it didn’t offer specific figures.
VGC’s Doom Eternal review said: “Id delivers another relentlessly entertaining single-player campaign that’s one hell of a stress buster.”
The game’s creative director recently stated that he’s “put a lot of thought” into adding a female Slayer to the Doom franchise, but said that he’d like to do it in a way that would impact gameplay, rather than offering an alternative re-skin of the existing Slayer protagonist.