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DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two Launches Tomorrow

Earlier today, Bethesda announced that DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two will launch tomorrow on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Stadia. A new gameplay trailer is embedded above while a quick description of the new expansion is included below.

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The Ancient Gods – Part Two serves as the epic conclusion to the DOOM Slayer’s Saga and the second campaign expansion to the critically acclaimed DOOM Eternal. Witness the end of the Slayer’s journey that began in DOOM as his crusade against Hell reaches a conclusion of incredible scale and consequence.

You denied the gods and awoke an ancient evil. 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.

Players can expect the following:

DOOM Eternal

New Worlds

Face Hell’s armies in never-before-seen locations. From the ruins of ancient Sentinel settlements and the cosmic wonders of the World Spear to a devastated and overgrown city on Earth hiding a mysterious gateway to the last bastion of the Dark Lord protected by towering walls and powered by advanced technology.

New Challenges

Prepare to fight deadly new variations of demons, including the powerful new Armored Baron, the stalwart Stone Imp, the venomous Cursed Prowler, and the new Screecher zombie who empowers nearby demons when killed.

With this expansion marking the end of the story started in the previous game, it will be very interesting to see where the franchise goes from here. Surely the Microsoft acquisition could mean that the Slayer returns as a guest in an upcoming Xbox exclusive featuring another heroic commando, but only time will tell.

Are any of you planning on checking out the new expansion tomorrow? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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