DOOM Eternal The Ancient Gods Part Two now available on Switch

Nintendo Switch players of DOOM Eternal have cause to hail satan today with news that “The Ancient Gods Part Two” is now available on the console. The final single-player expansion for DOOM Eternal was released for PC, PlayStation and Xbox on March 18, 2021, but Nintendo fans have become accustomed to waiting. Today, that wait is over.

“Take up your Sentinel Hammer and lay siege to the Dark Lord’s bastion of Immora in a final battle to seal away the demon scourge once and for all. Whether you play on the go or in TV mode, the Slayer’s epic war against evil comes to a conclusion today,” Bethesda teases.

Available to purchase as part of the DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition or as a standalone add-on, both are available on the eShop.

DOOM Eternal Switch

Taking place directly after “The Ancient Gods Part One,” The Doomslayer is on Urdak along with the Dark Lord.

It was recently announced that more content is coming for DOOM Eternal. Watch the panel from QuakeCon for more details.

DOOM Eternal “The Ancient Gods Part Two” is now available on Switch.

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