Bethesda announces Doom Zero, an expansion that brings a wealth of content to Doom and Doom II and is now available.
Doom Zero is the new expansion created by Bethesda for Doom 1993 and Doom II. This addition adds a great deal of content to the first two installments of the saga.
The longevity of the Doom saga is well known, and its impact within the industry so significant that no matter how many years go by, there are always players who continue to enjoy the original proposal of this Bethesda franchise.
Bethesda announces Doom Zero expansion and it is available now
Therefore, the company has launched a new content pack for the first two deliveries, Doom 1993 and Doom II. Doom Zero adds 32 levels full of new enemies, new bosses, new sounds, new music, and new sprites.
One publication that provides all the information points out that DOOM Zero still brings its own original ideas to the old school formula, from forked paths to challenges that will make even the most experienced hunters put on their thinking caps.
This is certainly an addition that will sit well with both games and will help more players, whether they are veterans or beginners, focus on returning to Doom. After the release of Eternal Doom, it never hurts to go back to the roots.
Coinciding with the 25th anniversary, Bethesda relaunched the classic trilogy of the saga on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, which attracted a few nostalgic people. Now, with Doom Zero, it’s time to continue exploring its gun-toting corridors. You can access the download of this content directly from the main menu of each game.
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