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Doom Eternal adds more paid cosmetic DLC after assuring it won’t

Despite assurances that Doom Eternal will not add paid cosmetic DLC, two more packages are now available for purchase. VGC, These Two Bands – DOOMicorn Master Collection Cosmetics And The First Cosmetics Series Now Available For PC, Xbox, And PlayStation, $ 4.99 And $ 8.99 respectively.

Prior to launching Doom Eternal, Creative Director Hugo Martin responded to a Facebook Comment on Assuring the Game Won’t Have a “Store”.Martin wrote: “There is no store.” “Nothing you can unlock forever with XP has to do with player abilities or content that might affect your game anyway. The only thing you can unlock with XP is COSMETICS. These cosmetics have no effect on the gameplay, they just look cool. ”

“Eternal is a $ 60 game, not a free-to-play or mobile game – we deliver a full store-free experience as you’d expect. Unlocking skins with XP is part of the experience if you care about those things. or you can ignore them completely and it will have no effect on your experience on Launch and all for free. “

These two packages are also not the first cosmetic DLC to be released, like Rip ‘N Tear Pack it released two months after its launch. However, these posts were originally a catalyst for pre-ordering, so there wasn’t a lot of negativity around them.Like the Rip ‘N Tear Pack, many items from the newly released bundles were offered to players for free or as part of a promotion at some point in Doom Eternal history, but are now available as full package.

Doom released the DLC in the form of expansions known as The Ancient Gods Part 1 & 2, and these expansions were generally received despite the difficulty.

Doom Eternal is available on Xbox Game Pass, and Microsoft has since acquired its parent company ZeniMax Media, so it’s very likely that all of these changes led to this decision.IGN has contacted Bethesda for comment.

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