Doom Getting Unto The Evil DLC, SnapMap Free Updates Coming

More free multiplayer modes to roll out over the coming months.

Comments
Please use a html5 video capable browser to watch videos.
This video has an invalid file format.
00:00:00
Sorry, but you can't access this content!
Please enter your date of birth to view this video

By clicking 'enter', you agree to GameSpot's
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Now Playing: Doom Multiplayer DLC Modes Revealed at E3 2016


Related
DOOM
Follow

Bethesda has announced a new upcoming downloadable content pack for its first-person shooter Doom, called Unto The Evil. The DLC pack was revealed during Bethesda's conference at E3 2016 today, and will include three new multiplayer maps, a new demon, new armour, taunts, and more. It will be rolling out "in a couple of months."

Bethesda also detailed new updates that will be rolling out over the coming months, free for all players. Multiplayer will be getting two new modes: a capture-the-flag mode called Exodus, and a new multizone capture mode named Sector. There will also be new free-for-all modes, including classic deathmatch.

Doom's SnapMap game and level editor will be getting free updates that add new modules, props, and functionality, which Bethesda hopes will help players in creating "true single player" experiences.

Doom was released in May, garnering positive reception in GameSpot's review. The game scored an eight out of ten, praised for its satisfying chaotic combat but criticised for its uninspired multiplayer, and repetitive mission structure.

BETHESDA E3 CONFERENCE - ALL THE NEWS

Dishonored 2

Prey

  • Prey Revealed at E3 2016--Bethesda reworks its Prey sequel into an Arkane-helmed first person adventure.
  • Prey Reboot Trailer--Prey isn't dead! Check out the trailer for the reboot of Prey at the Bethesda Press Conference at E3.

Fallout 4/Fallout Shelter

Quake: Champions

The Elder Scrolls

Everything Else

Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email news@gamespot.com

  •   View Comments (0)
    Join the conversation
    There are no comments about this story