Taken alone, the Bloodfall DLC is right up there with Hell Followed in terms of being solid offerings for the 2016 incarnation of Doom. The armor looks nice, the modules are very useful, the weapons and gear are powerful and fun to use, and the maps are all well designed. The Spectre isn't as tricky to fight against compared to the other demonic transformations, but his brute strength still comes through in a pinch. It marks a good end to the Season Pass, which has proven its worth for those who are still playing the game.
Bloodfall is another multiplayer DLC for Doom that is fine and all, but doesn't really try to offer either more or better material than the previous two. Even worse? The prices remain somewhat high, and will surely discourage most Doomers.
With Bloodfall, Bethesda released the final piece of premium DLC for one of 2016’s most heralded shooters. So far, each piece of Doom’s premium DLC has simply contained new maps, demons, guns and customisation options. Predictably, Bloodfall follows suit.