Doom Eternal "Ancient Gods" DLC Announced

During the QuakeCon opening ceremony, the studio announced the first big DLC expansion for Doom Eternal.

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During the QuakeCon At Home opening ceremony, id Software made an appearance to announce some play stats and upcoming plans for Doom Eternal. That included the first word of campaign DLC for the game, called The Ancient Gods.

The studio teased that a full trailer is coming on August 27, but in the meantime, it announced some of what we can expect from the content. The story takes place after the events of Doom Eternal, and focuses on an imbalance of power in heaven.

This was also referred to as "Part 1" of The Ancient Gods, suggesting that it will be a continuous story with another episode coming sometime in the future.

Just ahead of QuakeCon, Bethesda announced that both Doom Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online will be coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X. Both games will also offer free next-gen upgrades for those who own them on current-gen platforms.

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