Id Software already has some ideas for the time after the release of the first person shooter Doom: Eternal. As Hugo Martin indicated in an interview, this is probably not just the release of DLCs, but also the next game in the series.
If everything goes according to plan, the first person shooter Doom: Eternal will be launched on March 20, 2020 for the PC and consoles – this Friday. But the responsible development studio id Software is already thinking about the time after the release – and thus about the future of the entire series. This is suggested by the statements made by Hugo Martin in an interview with Joe Rogan Experience.
"We're already going on with … I don't want to say 'the next thing' – that's a PR answer because I'm not allowed to say it. But we definitely have ideas and DLCs (for Doom: Eternal). (…) We always keep things on two tracks and have constant conversations because you never know when a cool idea comes up. You always scribble some notes. We keep these conversations alive and see how it works develops. "
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Hugo Martin's statements sound rather vague at first. However, they suggest that Doom: Eternal (buy now) will probably not be the last game in the long-standing shooter history. Incidentally, the mention of DLCs is not surprising: Last month, id Software announced that Doom: Eternal should even have more download extensions than its predecessor. So far, however, there are no specific details about their content and release dates. The only thing that is certain is that fans can definitely look forward to replenishment. As soon as there is new information in this regard, you will of course find it immediately in our news section.
Source: Joe Rogan Experience
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