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Doom creator John Romero is releasing his campaign sequel Sigil 2 for free

Happy 30th birthday, . Undoubtedly one of the most instantly recognizable, important and best FPS games of all time, I probably don't need to tell you why you should play it. To celebrate 30 years since the first game κυκλοφόρησε στις 10 Δεκεμβρίου 1993, ο συν-δημιουργός του παιχνιδιού John Romero κυκλοφορεί το Sigil 2, τη δεύτερη ανάλογη επέκταση για το εμβληματικό παιχνίδι.

Sigil 2 follows Romero's previous Sigil, which was released in 2019 as a spiritual successor to the fourth episode of The Ultimate Doom. The new Megawad (the traditional name for a pack containing a total of 15 or more levels) is described as an “unofficial sixth episode” and is now available as a free add-on for the iconic FPS game.

Romero himself sends a message in the Doom community on the social networking platform X/. “Happy 30th birthday, Doom. I am grateful to have been a part of this incredible team. Thank you for playing our games, and thank you for keeping Doom alive, all these many years.

"Doom is still remembered because of the community that plays and mods it 30 years later," he continues. "I'm grateful to be a part of this community and lucky to have been there at its beginning." While there's certainly no shortage of amazing creators making Doom mods and spinoffs worth your time, there's definitely something extra special about getting new levels from one of the master minds behind the original games.

Sigil 2 is out now. If you want to play it, you can except now as a free download via John Romero's website. You'll need to own a copy of the original Doom, and Romero himself recommends GZDoom as the ideal way to play it. You can also head over to his website to buy Sigil 2 for a coικό soundtrack από τον Thorr που δημιουργήθηκε για το παιχνίδι ή να λάβετε μια πλήρη έκδοση της νέας boxed with some spectacular artwork and additional goodies.

If all of this makes you ache for those 90s glory days, check out the best old games for plenty more classics. Or, maybe you're even more excited about what's ahead, so we've picked the biggest and best upcoming games to keep an eye on.


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