Doom Eternal is getting several campaign DLCs

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DOOM Eternal is getting its first campaign expansion. The Ancient Gods Part 1 will be fully revealed during the opening day of Gamescon 2020 on August 27th. The new campaign will feature new Enemies and a follow-up story to the disappointing ending of DOOM Eternal. You can check out the teaser for The Ancient Gods above, which was showcased during Quakecon yesterday. DOOM Eternal’s campaign expansion is a worrying thought, as the main campaign had very little weight to its punches. Could the expansion pack the same issues? Or will it redeem DOOM Eternal with dynamic features and a gripping story? Let us know your viewpoints in our comments on social media, and be sure to follow us to get all the latest updates from Gamescom later this month.

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