Brutal Doom’s Hell on Earth Expansion

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Brutal Doom Hell on Earth Expansion

Now Available to Download for Free 😉

Hell on Earth is an expansion to the bloody popular Doom mod, adding new levels set in Hell, Mars and Los Angeles, and a bunch of set pieces throwing in tanks, jets and a tonne of UAC Space Marines.

Over on the Mod DB Site you can grab a “unzip and play” pack that allows you to do just that, without any editing. The Hell on Earth wad is pretty easy to install, you just chuck it into the directory with Brutal Doom and select it from the wad manager when it’s time to play. The added levels provide 32 new locations to visit and the added expansion clocks in at 177MB. You can see what the latest version looks like in action, taken from Sgt Mark IV’s YouTube channel where he makes it an annual tradition to play Brutal Doom online for the New Year’s celebration.

For the most part people are loving the new version of Brutal Doom and all of the added features that come along with it. The reloading, the new melee attacks, the added gore, the upgraded weapons and the new level designs.

An unzip and play pack containing Brutal Doom v20b, GZDoom ready to be played, FreeDoom and the Hell on Earth Starter Pack: Containing 32 new levels specifically designed for Brutal Doom. Just unzip and play, you don’t need to edit anything. If you are going to set up a server with this, Do Not Load this with Doom 1, Ultimate Doom, or Freedoom Phase 1, You Need Either Doom 2, Final Doom, or Freedoom Phase 2.

And also remember to set Doom 2 as the IWAD and the Starter Pack as a pwad (I have seen people hosting this as iwad and loading doom 2 over it as pwad. It’s just nonsense and causes bugs) If you see lots of missing textures being replaced by white textures with green squares it’s because you are loading a wrong.

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