DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two Is Now Available For Xbox One And Xbox Series X|S

The Ancient Gods – Sequel is the legendary conclusion to the DOOM Slayer’s Legend and the 2nd project growth to the seriously well-known DOOM Eternal.

You rejected the gods and woke up an ancient evil. Now rally the spread Guard armies, lay siege to the last bastion of Hell, break through the fortress walls, and deal with the Dark Lord himself. The soul of deep space hangs in the balance.

Your war versus Hell ends here.

EXPERIENCE COMPLETION OF THE SLAYER’S LEGEND
Experience the legendary conclusion to the DOOM Slayer’s legend. From the minute you were triggered by Samuel Hayden at the UAC center on Mars to the damage of the Icon of Sin, all your fights have actually resulted in this. Prepare to siege Immora, the last bastion of the dark world, challenge the Dark Lord in battle, and seal the satanic forces within Hell for excellent.

BATTLE THROUGHOUT IMPRESSIVE BATTLEGROUND
From the ruins of ancient Guard settlements and the cosmic marvels of the World Spear, to a ravaged and thick city in the world concealing a mystical entrance, face Hell’s armies in never-before-seen areas as you combat your method to Immora, the last bastion of the Dark Lord secured by towering walls and powered by sophisticated innovation.

FACE CHALLENGING OPPONENT VERSIONS
Face brand-new, fatal versions of satanic forces. The Armored Baron uses unique armor and utilizes a charged fist attack. The Stone Imp has an almost impenetrable conceal and chooses close battle. The Screecher is a zombie that empowers close-by satanic forces when eliminated. The Cursed Burglar is an anomaly with poisonous, cursed claws. Exploit their weak points to damage them.

WIELD THE GUARDS HAMMER
Provide more damage with the Guard Hammer, an ancient weapon efficient in stopping any satanic forces captured within its shockwave. Utilize it to stun satanic forces or integrate it with the Ice Bomb or Flame Burp to draw out much-needed health or armor.

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