A few days ago, Bethesda announced that DOOM VFR was coming, and players were impatient to see what is the next big thing in the queue. Well, those who have been hoping for a new single-player DLC would be disappointed to know that it is not to be released in near future.
During the QuakeCon, the DOOM Director Marty Stratton gave PCGamesN an interview. When asked about the possibility of DOOM getting some campaign DLC in future, he said that for the time being, a campaign DLC was not on the agenda.
Mr. Stratton was reluctant to share in-depth details but his announcement itself that campaign DLC for DOOM was “not on the table” was eloquent enough.
However, he did not completely rule out the possibility of future campaign DLC. Quite the opposite, he acknowledged the fact that this was what DOOM fans wanted and clarified that developers wanted to create content for solo play, too.
Mr. Stratton went on to say that the publisher wanted to make players happy and promised that fans will be notified as soon as the team had a clear vision about the new campaign DLC.
Meanwhile, the update 6.66 brought considerable in-game changes. The multiplayer DLC packs have gone free, which essentially retired the season pass. Still, there is no telling if all future DLC will be free and how will they be released.
The Doom VFR is arriving on PC on December 1st. Skyrim VR will be released for PSVR on November 17. The Fallout 4 VR launch falls on December 12. So even if DOOM players will not be able to enjoy a single player DLC anytime soon, they still have plenty of events to look forward to.