As promised, Doom Eternal will chainse into the Xbox Game Pass for PC this week. With id Software’s high-octane follow-up to the 2016 Doom reboot arriving on the platform on December 3, subscribers will soon be able to dive into the hellish vision of FPS games.
This news comes along with the announcement of Doom Eternal’s latest master level Bethesda, a remixed and enhanced version of the Super Gore Nest level from the Doom Eternal campaign. In the master level version, you will have more encounters with bosses, and some combat arenas have been changed to increase your challenges. Earn new cosmetics for each Super Gore Nest Master level challenge. When you’ve completed everything, you’ll receive a Combat Shotgun Gold Skin. Doom Eternal owners can start playing Super Gore Nest Master Level now. This will be included when Doom Eternal arrives at the Game Pass for PC on Thursday.
Doom Eternal has been using Xbox’s own version of the Game Pass since October, shortly after Microsoft announced that it would acquire Bethesda’s parent company ZeniMax Media.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer said at the time that Bethesda’s “symbolic franchise” could be expected to appear on the Game Pass, and Doom Eternal’s appearance on the Game Pass for PC seems to be in line with that pledge.
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