DOOM Eternal First DLC Premiered, But Not Without Problems
Bethesda Softworks and id Software have announced The Ancient Gods, Part One, the first part of a two-part story expansion for DOOM Eternal, on the Doom series official microblogging.
Contrary to the developers’ promises, The Ancient Gods, Part One turned out to be independent not for everyone: only for those who purchased the addon separately from DOOM Eternal or bought a subscription for the first year.
The stand-alone edition of The Ancient Gods, Part One is now available for purchase on consoles:
PS4 – 1,429 rubles;
Xbox One – $ 20The Steam version of The Ancient Gods, Part One costs 699 rubles, but, judging by the information on the page, it requires the presence of the main game without fail. For users of the digital store Bethesda Softworks, the addition will cost 1399 rubles.
At the same time, some players complain about the inability to purchase The Ancient Gods, Part One, or access the add-on. Bethesda Softwork’s support has assured that it already understands the situation.
The premiere of The Ancient Gods, Part One was accompanied by a one and a half minute release trailer. As it became known thanks to yesterday’s leak, the said video was ready in advance.
Recall that the events of both parts of The Ancient Gods will unfold after the final of DOOM Eternal and will be the end of the storyline started by id Software in DOOM in 2016.