What you need to know
- Bethesda has officially released ports for Doom and Doom II for the 25th anniversary.
- Both games include extra levels and Doom II includes local multiplayer support.
- Doom and Doom II will set you back $4.99 for each game and don't include any in-app purchases or ads.
If you're like me, you grew up playing these classics and if not, then you'll want to take a look at what set the stage for one of the biggest FPS games ever.
Both games come free of in-app purchases and ads, but that means you're going to have to cough up $4.99 a piece for each of them. That's a small price to pay for the nostalgia you're about to experience, without any of the nickel and diming most mobile games include these days.
As an added bonus, the 25th-anniversary edition of Doom also includes the Thy Flesh Consumed expansion pack with nine additional levels. However, according to some early reviews for the game, a Bethesda account is required and some users are having issues creating an account.
For the Doom II fans out there, you'll be happy to know the 25th-anniversary edition is packed with even more goodies than the original Doom port, including twenty additional community-created Master Levels. Plus, you can look forward to gaming with your friends using the local 4-player multiplayer and co-op modes.
Now, what are you waiting for? Hurry up and grab these so you can start your weekend early and slay some demons before you get off of work.
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