Bethesda has this week announced some more details about the reboot of the Doom series.

With this announcement, Bethesda revealed that everyone will be able to access the open multiplayer beta from April 15th to April 15th on the PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4.

This will be the same experience as the closed beta, with the inclusion of two of the games modes, Team Deathmatch and Warpath, and two maps called Heatwave and Infernal.

The Doom reboot, is the first to be included in the Doom series since the release of Doom 3 in 2004.

After the open beta, iD Software’s Doom will be released in full on Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on May 13th.

On top of the announcement of the open beta, Bethesda also revealed details about both the free and paid DLC that will be available with the new Doom.

These DLCs will include the new mode called SnapMap that will allow players to create multiplayer content, along with the release of other free content updates like map modules, and new game modes.

There will also be a total of three premium multiplayer DLC packs, which will bring with them a number of maps, hack modules, playable demons, weapons and more.

The first of these DLCs will release this summer.

Each of the DLC packs will be priced at $14.99 (£11.99), or as part of a Season Pass for $39.99 (£29.99).

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