Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two ending explained


Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two ending explained

Doom Eternal and the final expansionThe Ancient Gods - Part Two got a rather strange ending, especially since there aren't many dialogues that would explain exactly what happened. Id said this is the end of a reboot that began in 2016, so it would be important to understand what the future holds for the series.

What Happened At The End Of Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two

The protagonist of Doom Eternal stops the Dark Lord (also known as Davota), an evil guy who looks like the Doom Executioner. He was reborn at the endDoom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part One as a true creator. This information is transmitted to the player in one of the cutscenes during the battle.

The Father, who sounds like VEGA, tells the Slayer that Davoth is the all creator, and the Allfather ascended when Davot fell. Davot betrayed the Allfather and creators, and became the devil and the leader of demons. The Allfather is a false god, and the Makyrs are great liars. This explains why the Dark Lord seeks destruction, as his creations were turned against him.

As the final battle unfolds in Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two, the Doom Slayer and the Dark Lord exchange a couple of phrases in which the demon king shares ancient secrets.

It turns out that the All-Father, supposedly the most powerful deity in this universe, is not the creator of everything. In fact, the Dark Lord claims that he was the first being and created the All-Father and everything else. All demons begin to disintegrate, which was the ultimate goal of the Doom Slayer. To do this, he returned the Dark Lord, not the All-Father. It turns out that the Doom Slayer was created as a clone of the All-Father with the aim of destroying the Dark Lord.

The war between Heaven and Hell in Doom Eternal was not due to the envy of the demons or the fact that they were banished. Rather, it is the All-Father and his army of angels who tried to kill the Dark Lord in order to take his power, transfer it to the All-Father and raise this essence to the status of a true deity.

The Doom Executioner kills the Dark Lord and stabs him in the chest, causing his sphere of life (which the players took in the previous episode) to explode.

Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two ending explained

As soon as absolute evil is defeated, all demonic entities created by the Dark Lord cease to exist. Since the Doom Slayer is, in a sense, created by the Dark Lord, he falls unconscious.

Since the Doom Slayer became himself through the work of Davot (he influenced Samur to put the Doom Slayer into the Divinity Machine that gave the Doom Slayer his powers), it turns out that he is considered one of Davot's creations. His body is then placed in a stone box, echoing the start of the 2016 reboot.

There are some confusing moments in the All-Father's phrase: "Everything was created by His hand ... including you." This suggests that the Dark Lord created everything, and implies that everything he created must collapse, but it does not seem that anyone other than the demons and the Doom Slayer has been affected. This may mean that everything Davot did after he became the Dark Lord will change after his death, but this still does not explain the meaning of the word “everything” in the above quote. Either we don't know something about the Dark Lord and the Doom Slayer, or it could be a mistake.

Will there be a sequel to Doom Eternal?

It looks like the Doom Executioner didn't actually die. It is implied that he fell and is locked up with the life spheres at the Ingmore Sanctum. They will probably bury him until he is needed again. The quote at the end of Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods - Part Two is only a partial quote as the full quote fromDoom (2016) , as seen in the loading screen, gives more context:

“You are forever walking through the kingdom of shadows, fighting against evil, when others freeze with fear. May your thirst for reward not be quenched, may the blood not dry up on your sword, and may we no longer feel the need for you. "

The first two parts of the second sentence imply that the Doom Slayer's work never ends and will always be referred to. It's also possible that the next game will kick off as a relaunch in 2016: waking up from a long, deep sleep.

Doom is one of the most recognizable gaming franchises. Undoubtedly, in the future, the developers will return to this series. The only question is when. As Creative Director Hugo Martin explained, this is only the finale of this arc.

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