Hours upon hours of demon slaying await in DOOM (1993) and DOOM II’s free Add-Ons
We know the lengths you Slayers go through. You’ve shredded your way through level after level of relentless demons and you just want more. Thankfully for fans of our re-releases of classic DOOM titles, we’ve got just the thing: Add-ons!
Add-ons bring you some of the DOOM community’s best mods, straight to your game. Just visit the in-game Add-ons menu in our re-release of DOOM (1993) or DOOM II and you’ll be slaying through more maps than you can shake a Super Shotgun at for no additional charge!
NOTE: Some of our earlier Add-ons were previously exclusive to either our re-release of DOOM (1993) or DOOM II. As of today, we're happy to announce each existing Add-on for DOOM (1993) and DOOM II, as well as all future additions, will be available on both re-releases to ensure owners of either game can get in on these incredible creations.
Check out all our currently available Add-ons below, including many award-winning community favorites as well as exclusive Nods to Mods interviews with their creators!
Valkiriforce’s Anomaly Report brings players a whopping 32 levels of gameplay, featuring unique level designs, special skybox environments and even a custom status bar courtesy of creator gallieo31dos01.
An 11-level episode replacement pack created by Pavera, Arrival also features music by DOOM community alum AD_79 as well as collaborated elements with multiple other notable names in the modding scene.
BTSX EPISODE 1 & 2
BTSX Episode 1 and Episode 2 by esselfortium span across dozens of maps, complete with custom art and music – not to mention a whole heap of challenge. Dive into this epic two-parter today!
Tackle over 24 high-octane levels in Deathless, brought to you by DoomWorld’s Cacoward Lifetime Achievement winner and MIDI wunderkind James Paddock.
Made in celebration of DOOM II’s 25 anniversary, Christopher Golden’s DOOM Zero comes packed with 32 levels of new enemies, bosses, sprites, music and more!
Take on the role of a UAC mechanic amidst a demon invasion in Double Impact, brought to us by modding duo RottKing and Ralphis.
Another release from James Paddock, Earthless: Prelude serves as a spiritual successor to Deathless, with 12 maps to battle your way through.
NO END IN SIGHT
Originally released in 2016, No End In Sight is a four-episode megawad created by the trio of Emil Brundage, Chris Lutz and Xaser.
NO REST FOR THE LIVING
No Rest For The Living made its debut on the Xbox Live Arcade port of DOOM II. Now, players can revisit Nerve Software’s nine-map Add-on in our re-release of DOOM II for multiple platforms!
Revae’s berserk-athon REKKR whisks players to a new Norse-inspired world. Grab your axe, bow and runic staff and dive in!
Fight against a hellish rebellion in Thomas van der Velden’s Revolution!, featuring 32 maps’ worth of demon encounters and even an original MIDI soundtrack courtesy of James Paddock!
John Romero himself returns to the modding scene with SIGIL, a fifth chapter to the original DOOM (1993)!
Syringe by Tarnsman, Pavera and Xaser is best described as by its creators: “seven action-packed maps about reviving a dying universe using guns and large pointy things.”
THE PLUTONIA EXPERIMENT & TNT: EVILUTION
Two of our first-ever Add-ons, the megawad duo of The Plutonia Experiment by Dario & Milo Casali and Team TNT’s TNT: Evilution originally released together in 1996 as a standalone package known to fans as Final DOOM. Now, players can download both action-packed Add-ons to their collection and keep on slaying!
Whether you’re looking to push your DOOM skills a bit further or just want to see what wonders the dedicated modding community has created over the years, we hope you enjoy checking out these awesome Add-ons. Learn more about past and upcoming Add-ons by checking out the Slayers Club, the place to celebrate all things id Sofware.