During their press conference at E3 this year, Bethesda dropped a new story trailer for Doom Eternal, complete with a release date, and just a few days later, it seems that the game will have a fair amount of content after its launch.
According to the game’s collector’s edition, Doom Eternal is set to receive not one, but two single-player DLC releases in the year following its release as part of its “Year One” post-launch content. The content listed in the edition listed a Doom Eternal Year One Pass which grants access to two single-player campaign expansions.
At this time, it appears that while we can expect the game to become a bigger and more in-depth experience following its launch, it’s unclear how much content will be released in the expansions.
Also, there is no further information to suggest when this new content will be released after the game is launched. From previous trends, it does seem likely however that one will drop around the six-month mark following Doom Eternal’s release, and then the second DLC will likely be out around the year mark.
Doom Eternal is set to release on November 22, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Google Stadia, and Nintendo Switch.