Just a week after the popular shooter Doom received a “Free Update 2” featuring new multiplayer modes and updates to the SnapMap level creation tool, iD Software and Bethesda Softworks have released today the game’s first premium DLC, called “Unto the Evil.” The $14.99 add-on is introducing new maps and weapons, a new playable demon, new hack modules and more. Here is the list of the goodies below:
- Dominate Three New Multiplayer Maps:
- Ritual – Go to the frozen wasteland of the Martian polar core where the UAC has recreated cultish experiments around a demonic artifact. Activate the artifact when enemies are nearby to engulf them in hellfire.
- Cataclysm – Visit an off-world space station where the UAC has opened a permanent portal to Hell in this map with split environments and player teleporters.
- Offering – Discover an ancient temple fortress built on a pool of Argent energy in this map featuring ancient hell environments, lava pools, and deadly voids.
- Unleash the “Harvester” Playable Demon: Play as the Harvester, a terrifying demon that consumes souls using lightning energy before unleashing a devastating ranged attack.
- Equip the UAC EMG Pistol
- Master the fast-firing sidearm and its secondary fire to charge a powerful energy shot that deals significant damage.
- Surprise Your Enemies with the Kinetic Mine: Deploy this explosive, proximity-activated mine that when triggered, launches toward its target, doing area-effect damage on impact.
- Customize Your Experience with Robotic-Themed Armor: Leave your flesh behind and customize your character with the ruthless style of these cold machines.
Additionally, id Software is also introducing the “PartyPlay system”, which will allows anyone who is in your party to play any of the new maps as part of the map rotation. To celebrate launch of the game’s first multiplayer DLC, there us also a double XP weekend which will last until August 8, at 12pm ET. The $14.99 DLC is available today on Xbox One, PS4 and PC and you can get it on your Xbox One from the link below.Doom, Games, id Software, Windows 10, Xbox One