It was revealed during Bethesda’s E3 2016 press conference that they would be releasing the new DOOM game’s first level for free for a limited time on all platforms, hearkening back to the original game’s freeware beginnings. While the original intention was that this would be available for a week, they have now announced that they have extended that period.
Bethesda took to Twitter recently to say that “Due to popular demand, we’re extending the
#DOOM Demo!” The game was originally only supposed to be live during the week of E3, but apparently the developer is aware of how little time most people actually had to play the demo during E3 and are throwing them a bone.
However, the company did not reveal how long they would be extending this demo period for, so if you’re interested then you should definitely download it as soon as possible. You get to take part in the first level of the game’s singleplayer, and that’s a great thing to check out considering how highly-praised the game’s singleplayer is.
DOOM is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, and it will be getting multiplayer-focused DLC called Unto the Evil this Summer.