On the 20th of October the first story expansion to the shooting game DOOM Eternal was released for sale. We’ll let you know if it’s worth it into the world of Executioner in Doom.
- producer: id Software
- Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
- Date of release: October 20, 2020
The Ancient Gods – Part One follows the storyline of the game’s first part. The main character was slain by Kan creator, he’s now drew an entirely new threat: the army of Hell are preparing to invading other dimensions in the hopes of destroying the creation. Now , the Executioner from the Rock must find the mysterious Seraphim who can aid him in purging Urdak of demons and avoid the destruction.
If everything above sounds like unintelligible words for you and you’ve never played DOOM Eternal which was a game where the creators told a huge story, and the action didn’t limit itself to the world of Earth. Although the add-on isn’t required to be the playthrough of DOOM Eternal, it’s important to know the storyline in order to be aware of the things you’ll be battling demons in the course of the five or four hours you play the DLC. You can see it from the title The Ancient Gods – Part One is the initial part of the planned story, and provides only an overview of the future events.
The developers of this add-on presume that the player is already familiar playing the game in the first therefore they don’t make lengthy excursions to introduce basics of the game. The first level in The Ancient Gods – Part One is very similar with the last levels in DOOM Eternal This is great considering the brief duration that the add-on DLC.
From the beginning, Executioner Rock is attacked by a variety of demons. Very quickly, Barons of Hell Mancubus, Tyrants, and other formidable opponents are able to are in the arena. If you’re going to make it through the day, you’ll need adapt quickly. Fortunately , the right reflexes will be immediately activated and the dance of death starts with shooting, switching weapons or module and dodge, then make double leaps and draw the monster and complete the task to restore health, then place it in a the fire in order to replenish your armor, and saw in order to refill ammunition. Continue until the area is empty of enemies.
It appears that the designers read a review in which one player said that DOOM Eternal was not challenging enough for him and decided to make the game more challenging. There are demons with enhanced abilities in addition to the normal demons. The battles against Marauder Marauder in the first game seem like harmless fun when you encounter two Marauders simultaneously within The Ancient Gods – Part One. This is made more difficult when a terrifying totem is seen within the arena in the middle of a fight between Tyrants as well as Elementals of Pain.
A brand new creature that is a spirit who has disembodied itself that will eventually provide a Ghostbusters-inspired cosplay first , it has to become “exorcised” away from the body of the demon that it has taken over and then destroyed by Plasma guns’ Magnetron mod before the ghost can take over its new body. A different enemy that is new can be identified as the Eye Turret, which is able to watch its Executioner of Doom closely, and shoots into him from a large distance, but then frightens the Executioner of Doom to hide when he shoots at it.
Another feature that’s new includes the supporting runes that are identical to the primary runes, but they’re put into separate slots to offer new powers for example, such as blasting enemies with an explosive blast when they strike their weak points (like an Arachnotron Turret).
It is DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One expansion includes three massive areas, as well as a couple of new demons and a continuation of story of the original game, and music by new composers: Bethesda and composer Mick Gordon have ceased working together following the launch of DOOM Eternal. But this didn’t alter its quality in any way The music is loud, abrasive and invokes the desire to destroy demons.
Are the DLC worth the price today? It’s all about how well you’re prepared for what’s to come in the “half” part of the tale. The main events in the add-on are ended by a conclusion, and then the sequel will be revealed in the following chapter of The Ancient Gods. Are the DLC worth it at all? Yes, absolutely: if enjoyed the first DOOM Eternal game, you’ll enjoy this add-on too.
It’s also a great additional features.