Doom Eternal: Watch Gameplay Video for The First DLC as Ancient Gods are Getting Demolished

Slaying demons has never seemed to be so fun as it is in Doom Eternal, the horror shooter launched back in March for PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC. Carrying the legacy of the legendary Doom moniker, the game couldn’t possibly fall short in terms of graphical performance (at least!).

Although Doom Eternal is mostly about killing demons and other horrendous creatures, things are now moved to a new level. The season for hunting gods will soon be open in the game, as the first campaign expansion is called The Ancient Gods: Part 1.

Load, Fire, Reload!

Doom Eternal proves that not even gods are invincible in this game, and you’re free to convince yourself by watching the video below released by Bethesda, the publisher:

Creative director Hugo Martin explained more about what’s going on in the upcoming DLC of the game:

Your rampage of destruction saved humanity from extinction, but it came at a cost,

Now there’s an imbalance of power in the heavens, and the true ruler of the Doom universe must rise to set things right. It’s all very cool, very comic-book.

The system requirements for running Doom Eternal on PC are pretty high, as you’ll need a minimum of 8GB of RAM, and one of the following video cards or something better: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (3GB), GTX 1650 (4GB), GTX 1050Ti (4GB) or AMD Radeon R9 280 (3GB), AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB), or RX 470 (4GB).

As for the needed processor, things cannot be taken lightly in this area as well: you’ll need an Intel Core i5 @ 3.3 GHz, AMD Ryzen 3 @ 3.1 GHz, or something better. Oddly enough, Doom Eternal still works on Windows 7, although the OS is not receiving support from Microsoft anymore since January. However, the recommended requirements for the game are still ruling out Windows 7.

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