Doom has been a pretty big hit since it released earlier this year. However, to keep gamers pleased with the overall game, the developers have released a slew of updates that not only added free content to the game but made a variety of fixes.
Besides the free content that has been rolling out to the video game since it first launched, developers id Software will be launching three multiplayer downloadable content packs. The first of which is known as Unto the Evil and it was shown during this year’s QuakeCon.
You can check out the official trailer for the new DLC pack posted up above. To break it down, Unto the Evil will come with three new multiplayer maps called Cataclysm, Offering, and lastly, Ritual.
Additionally, there is some new content added to the game such as a demon spawn known as the Harvester, along with a variety of customization items that range from new taunts, colors, armor sets, and patterns.
Best of all, you can enjoy Doom Unto the Evil right now for the price tag of $14.99. If you rather check the content out first, then it’s worth noting that as long as someone within a party owns the DLC, everyone within that party can enjoy the new content.
As for the full game, Doom is available right now for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.