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The new levels, collectively called DOOM zero, were released last year as a mod pack for the original encrypted version on PC. Now they are available from the add-on menu in Bethesda’s official re-release of DOOM and DOOM II. They add some new variety to the original game, which is now almost 30 years old. As the new levels are published by Bethesda (owners of original DOOM developer ID), they can be considered a semi-official extension.
The new levels are designed for players who are already well acquainted with the game’s mechanics, so expect some high levels of difficulty along with branching paths and puzzles that are a bit more modern. They bring new enemies and new bosses, along with some never-before-seen environments in the classic psuedo 3D art style. If you use the DOOM and DOOM II re-release on Xbox, PlayStation or Switch, the levels should appear in the latest update. There is not a word about it DOOM zero for the mobile versions.