Doom Eternal's single-player DLC screenshots showcase some interesting new environments
While it has been quite some time since Doom Eternal hit the shelves, it is far too early to talk about its upcoming DLC. Doom 2016 got a lot of flak for putting all of its eggs in the multiplayer DLC basket. In a bid to remedy the situation, Bethesda has promised us some single-player DLC for Doom Eternal. Now, the game's official Twitter handle just Tweeted what appears to be two screenshots from the upcoming DLC.
The first screenshot appears to be set in a world that looks a lot like Urdak, indicating that one of the DLC campaigns will tell us more about the Makyrs and the Doom Slayer's mysterious origins. The second screenshot is set at what looks like a gargantuan rig in the middle of the ocean. We're probably looking at the last remaining vestiges of the UAC on earth. Whether or not these screenshots are from the same DLC remains to be seen.
Currently, there is no word about when Bethesda plans on making the Doom Eternal DLC available to players. Usually, these things land about six to eight months after a game's release, so a September release is likely on the cards. Users who pre-ordered the Digital Deluxe and Collectors Edition of the game will get the DLC for free, while others will have to purchase it a-la-carte.