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Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One Gamescom trailer, release date revealed

Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One

New details for the next chapter of Doom Eternal were revealed today during Gamescom 2020. Bethesda announced a release date for The Ancient Gods Part One and a new trailer.

The first of a two-part story expansion, Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One casts you once again as the Doom Slayer. Players confront an ancient evil that’s ripping and tearing through never-before-seen locations in the Doom universe. Face off against fierce new demons and discover a new chapter in the Doom Slayer’s story.

The Ancient Gods Part One is available at no additional cost for players who own the Doom Eternal Year One Pass or the Digital Deluxe edition. For players who don’t own the Year One Pass, The Ancient Gods Part One will be available to purchase separately.

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Doom Eternal is on sale for $33 on PC.

By the way, Bethesda announced that this is a standalone expansion. Players do not need to own the base game in order to purchase and play The Ancient Gods Part One. It retails for $19.99. Meanwhile, the Year One Pass includes two expansions for $29.99.

Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One launches on October 20. The new single-player expansion is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Doom Eternal and its expansions are also coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X with a free next-gen upgrade for current-gen owners.

Watch the Gamescom 2020 trailer below!