The reboot of DOOM was one of the most acclaimed video games of last year: the title has enjoyed huge success with audiences and critics, and id Software has supported the project with a number of additional content, support which apparently is far from finished.
Doom is one of the most acclaimed titles of 2016 and the developer, id Software, which supported the game since launch now expects to continue to further support the multiplayer of Doom in the course of 2017. Speaking to IGN, Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin, co-directors of Doom, have confirmed that the game will be supported with DLC in the course of 2017.
This was revealed by Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin, who during the D.I.C.E. 2017 have expressed in these terms: “I think the DLC we did for multiplayer is, it’s definitely the best of the multiplayer stuff that’s out there. We are sticking with the multiplayer, we’ve got some things that we want to still do and give players.”
“We explored a direction and got to a certain point and felt like this really wasn’t capturing what we felt like was going to be a strong Doom and what the fans would want from it.”
At the moment, unfortunately, we do not know more but it seems that the studio wants to continue working on the multiplayer segment of DOOM, so hopefully we look forward for any more details about it.
Recall that Doom is a first person shooter developed by id Software for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.