Looking back, Doom (2016) was aimed at tourists. By the time you are done Doom Eternal’s second and last campaign expansion, The Ancient Gods Part 2, you’ll have the skills of an ancient god, and the stuff that this franchise’s brilliantly modern reinvention threw at you five years ago will feel like a snap. Doom practically evolved into a solo esport at this point, and The Ancient Gods Part 2 closes the book on the Doomslayer’s quest to defeat the forces of Hell by adding enough new varieties and challenges to keep it as engaging as ever. guys over to you. The biggest and baddest new foe – and you’ll meet him sooner – is the Armored Hell Baron, whose shell needs to be opened before you can start dealing damage. Doing this requires either sustained plasma-based weapon fire or a single, well-timed marksmanship on the mace in his hand as it flashes green. Because of this, they take a long time to take down and must be carefully considered in large battles, which adds another layer to the growing onion of Doom’s combat strategy.