After the dispute between id Software and the composer Mick Gorden, two new artists have now been found who will provide the soundtrack for the first expansion Doom Eternal The Ancient Gods, Part One.
This was preceded by missed deadlines for the music for the main game, although this has already been postponed. Thereupon id Software separated from Mick Gorden and now signs Andrew Hulshult and David Levy. Among other things, Hulshult is known for the soundtrack of Quake Champions, and he also provided the music in the first trailer.
The Ancient Gods, Part One is the first half of the two-part expansion for DOOM Eternal. In a brand new chapter in the history of the DOOM Slayer, which ties in with the story of the main game, the player is once again faced with an ancient evil that has arisen from the imbalance of heavenly powers.
The DOOM Slayer slaughters and shreds his way through never-before-seen locations in the DOOM universe in the fight against old and new demons.
Doom Eternal The Ancient Gods Part One Release Date
The Ancient Gods Part One will be released on October 20, 2020.