Doom's third and final multiplayer expansion, Bloodfall, is available now on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. It runs $15 on its own, or you can get it for $40 as part of the game's season pass.
Bloodfall adds three maps, a grenade launcher, and the classic Spectre Pinky demon from the original Doom and Doom II: Hell on Earth.
Empyrian, Outbreak, and Boneyard are the names of Doom's new maps. The first is a coliseum-style arena, while Boneyard is set inside an outpost of hell paved from bone, flesh, and teeth. Outbreak rounds out the pack with a facility-style environment—post-demonic invasion, of course.
The grenade launcher functions similarly to its Quake counterpart, letting you bounce grenades off your surroundings for sneaky kills. It also has a secondary fire that lobs a smoky grenade.
Finally, Bloodfall's hack modules grant extra protection, boost healing, give you armor every time you pick up health, highlight enemies primed for Glory Kills from further away, and enhance your sight.
Bethesda and id are running a double-XP weekend in celebration of Bloodfall's release. The event runs from now until Monday, December 19, at 12pm Eastern / 9am Pacific.
Although Bloodfall is a paid expansion, id has diligently updated Doom with free add-ons such as one from last week that added AI-controlled bots to multiplayer.