Doom Eternal Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC Releases August 26th For Switch

Impressive Doom Eternal Port Concludes with Final DLC

The Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part Two DLC will release on August 26th for the Switch.  This will conclude the content release for the Switch’s impressive Doom Eternal port.

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You can buy the Ancient Gods Part 2 DLC through the Nintendo Switch eShop or through retailers selling digital codes.  However, the DLC will add some pretty hefty memory requirements: all in all, the Doom Eternal port and two DLC will require 29 GB of storage.  This means that in addition to having 26 GB of Doom Eternal installed on your system memory, you must also have an external SD card of at least 3 GB.

Doom Eternal launched on the Switch last December with impressive performance, running at a solid 30 FPS.  In addition, it has optional gyroscopic controls for both the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite.  The Switch port also includes the multiplayer mode Battlemode, which pits the Doom Slayer against two player-controlled demons.  

Doom Eternal was arguably the best FPS released last year – innovating the movement and strategy parts of the shooter genre.  The Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part Two adds roughly a 3-4 hour experience to the game, as well as providing a conclusion to the DLC storyline.  In addition, the DLC adds new demons, more story, and the new weapon of the Sentinel Hammer weapon.  

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