DOOM Multiplayer DLC Hell Followed Out Today; Gets New Trailer

on October 27, 2016 10:25 AM

Hell Followed, the second DLC multiplayer content pack for DOOM, has officially released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC today. To celebrate, iD Software and Bethesda have released a new blood-and-guts trailer.

The second of three DLC Pack, Hell Followed brings with it three new maps, one new playable demon, a new weapon, a new equipment item, and scads of new armor sets, taunts, and Hack Modules.

The new maps include:

  • Argent Breach – Battle among ancient burial ruins of the Night Sentinels, where statues of heroes past overlook the machinery of a fallen society.
  • Molten – Clash in a world littered with volcanic temples and fight inside a crumbling facility dedicated to harnessing energy from the lava that envelopes the entire planet.
  • Orbital – Fight in low gravity aboard a robotic station in deep space. Surprise opponents from above, but be careful not to fall into the vastness of space below.

The new playable demon, “Cacodemon”:

Become the iconic flying demon. Roast your enemies by shooting ball-lightning, or devour them up close with a grabbing tongue attack.

The new weapon – The Reaper:

Use this demonic weapon recovered from the depths of Hell. Fire six rapid-fire bursts of Hell energy at your target, or press and hold the trigger to fire a highly damaging Hell energy shot.

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Out now, the new DLC costs $14.99 USD as a standalone piece of DLC. However, you can purchase the Season Pass for $39.99 USD and obtain Hell Followed, the already released Unto The Evil, and the future and final DLC Pack when that releases. By doing this, you will save a mere $5.

You can check out the new trailer below:

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