Today, the last expansion The Ancient Gods Part 2 teaser trailer for Doom Eternal, developed by id Software and Panic Button Games, was announced with promises of the full trailer in a couple of days. The Ancient Gods is a two-part campaign expansion for the Doom Eternal game. It was originally announced at the 2020 QuakeCon. Part 1 was released last October, and it also had a teaser trailer leading up to it. On Doom’s official Twitter, the developers announced that the official trailer will be available Wednesday, so if you do not have the deluxe version and have been waiting until the second expansion to purchase the season pass, the wait will soon be over.
Introducing the final campaign expansion, DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two
Full trailer this Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/y89ymvPX9o
— DOOM (@DOOM) March 15, 2021
Part 1 of the expansion included a new mission, new places to explore, and tougher enemies creating a challenge for players. These maps included different environments such as swamps and oceans, while the demons were buffed by stronger enemies. Overall, fans of the franchise had positive experiences playing the first expansion. While there is little information regarding part 2 of the expansion, players can expect to see new features like the ones included in part 1.
The teaser trailer for part 2 shows the final showdown between the slayer and the Dark Lord and his followers. From mechs and hammers to demons and swords, this expansion is sure to bring an unforgettable experience for players to end the Doom series. The official trailer will be available on March 17, and hopefully, there may be an announcement regarding the official release date of part 2. If not, players will at least get to see more of the story, characters, and places featured in the final expansion.
Doom Eternal and the expansion are available for PS4, Ps5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Stadia. Those who have the Xbox Game Pass and have not played Doom Eternal can catch up on the campaign before the release of the last expansion. For more information check out The Ancient Gods website.