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DOOM Eternal Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC Arrives on Nintendo Switch Next Week!

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The QuakeCon 2021 edition is here. And while the focus of the event remains centred on the remastered edition of Quake, there was some other exciting news as well. One amongst them was that DOOM Eternal’s Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC will be arriving on Nintendo Switch from August 26, 2021.

The Ancient Gods Part 2 extension will be the concluding chapter to Slayer’s saga in the much acclaimed game DOOM Eternal. According to the official FAQ released, players must ensure at least 29 GB of storage available for the entire content that will be available with this extension.

Official Trailer for DOOM Eternal Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC !

DOOM Eternal developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks is a first person shooter game and is the sequel to the 2016 game DOOM. Taking place shortly after the events of the previous instalment, this is the fifth main game in the DOOM franchise. The game is available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation® 5, PlayStation® 4, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia.

The DOOM Eternal Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC will be available as a part of the Year One Pass, priced at $ 29.99 or as a part of the DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition. It will also be available for standalone purchase and will be priced at $19.99. The content will be available for Nintendo Switch from August 26, 2021 onwards.

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