Doom's third and final premium DLC is now available on all platforms, and you can play as Pinky.
id Software's return to the Doom franchise is one of the surprise hits of 2016. It's been praised by critics and gamers alike, and the developer is still rolling out new content for it. Today, the last premium DLC for Doom is live. Titled Bloodfall, it brings a host of new content to the popular shooter.
Included in the DLC are three new multiplayer maps. Empyrian, which drops you into a crumbling colosseum; Boneyard, a trip to the outer realm of Hell; and Outbreak, a UAC facility where "underworldy science" has broken free of its containment.
There's also a new weapon: a grenade launcher that lets you bounce grenades around the landscape, or launch smoke grenades with its secondary fire. As far as new equipment goes, you can expect to get your hands on the Lateral Thrusters, which give players short, directional bursts of movement. New customization options include the four new Cultist Armor themed sets, and 15 new customization patterns and colors. Of course, there are also three new hack modules as well.
But all off that is really less important than this: you can finally play as Spectre Pinky. You're the fast, armored Pinky, but you also have spectre abilities, so you can stalk your enemies from invisibility. You can also fire off a Bull Rush that lays waste to anything in your path.
Bloodfall is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and will set you back $14.99 if you don't own the Season Pass.