Fans of the DOOM franchise can now pre-order the upcoming revamp of the first person shooter franchise now on the Xbox Store for Microsoft's Xbox One console. If you do pre-order the game from developer id Software and publisher Bethesda Softworks, you will be able to get the original DOOM I and DOOM II for free.
These versions of id Software's first DOOM titles were made available for the Xbox 360, but are now playable on the Xbox One via its backwards compatibility feature. Both games normally cost $4.99 each. In addition, DOOM pre-orders also get access to the Demon Multiplayer Pack, which includes a new armor set with three different skins, along with six Hack Modules, six metallic paint colors, and three versions of id Software's logo that can be applied to the game's weapons and armour. DOOM is scheduled for release on May 13.
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