Last August, DOOM Eternal developers expressed their willingness to develop additional single-player content for the game. Apparently, the intentions have passed to the facts, because it has been confirmed that the demonic shooter will receive two expansions of the single-player campaign after the launch.
The confirmation, in reality, has not arrived directly from the interested parties, but through the description of the Collector’s Edition of DOOM Eternal, which in addition to the helmet of the Doomguy and other objects dedicated to collectors will also offer Pass Year 1, including the two above-mentioned add -on. We do not know what exactly they will contain or even when they are published – after all, the basic game has not even come out – but the fact that the Pass carries the word Year 1 suggests the possible arrival of other packages in the years following the first one.
DOOM Eternal will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 22nd. It will also be included in the launch line-up of Google Stadia, Mountain View’s cloud gaming service expected during the month of November. Unlike the predecessor of 2016, DOOM Eternal will not include Deathmatch in multiplayer, in favor of the new Battle Mode.