When Doom 2016 released many fans were asking about single-player content. While id Software delivered a great array of multiplayer content there was no campaign DLC. That’s changing with Doom Eternal.

During QuakeCon 2018 id Software’s Marty Stratton stated “Right now we don’t plan on bringing SnapMap back into DOOM Eternal,” Stratton said. He continued by saying, “We’re really focusing those resources on doing some of the things that players wanted more from us post-launch.”

This will likely please fans of the previous game, like myself, who wanted more single-player.

Doom Eternal is now in development for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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