Doom Eternal Confirmed To Get Two Single-Player Campaign DLC
One of the most thunderous and dynamic titles present at the Los Angeles event just ended was definitely Doom Eternal. The title has in fact affected much of the video game community thanks to decidedly not bad innovations, such as the innovative and ambitious Battle Mode multiplayer mode.
Several months after the release date of the game, scheduled for November 22 2019, Bethesda has already confirmed the existence of two single-player expansions for Doom Eternal. To reveal it was the description of the Collector’s Edition of the title.
On the packaging of the Collector’s Edition, in fact, one can read that there will be two DLC included in the so-called Year One, that is the post-launch support of the title in the first year of life. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about the content of these additional episodes, except that they will be included in the Year One Pass of Doom Eternal and that they will be released within one year of the launch of the highly anticipated title.
Recall that Doom Eternal will release on November 22, 2019 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The new Bethesda title really seems to be something incredible.
What do you think of this news, are you happy or do you think it would have been better to wait a few more months before announcing the expansions? Tell us in the comments below.