Stay on target Sorry, You Can’t Date Keanu Reeves in ‘Cyberpunk 2077”Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form Update: It’s 2019, and John Romero’s new Doom levels, “Sigil,” are available nowOne of the biggest gaming surprise of the last few years was that the reboot of Doom was not only good, not just great, but arguably the best game of that year. Somehow the new Bethesda-owned version of iD had managed to capture the spirit of the monumental demonic first-person shooter while also making it a game that felt acceptable in 2016, not 1993. So now the sequel Doom Eternal is by far one of our most anticipated upcoming games.However, that’s no longer the only upcoming Doom content we’re looking forward to. Doom co-creator John Romero, he of luscious hair and love for The Devil, has revealed that he is making and giving away bloody brand new levels for the original PC Doom next February.Set before Doom II and pitched as a “spiritual successor to the fourth episode of Doom,” Sigil contains nine chunky new single-player campaign missions as well as nine deathmatch arenas all for free. It’s pretty much an expansion pack. Remember those? Continuing the retro feel, Sigil will be distributed using the same classic WAD and MEGAWAD files Doom modders used to share custom content back in the day. And the physical version comes on USB drives designed to look like old-school floppy disks.How would you even get a physical copy of Sigil? Romero’s previous new Doom levels from a few years ago were just online. But considering the scope of Sigil, and its timing with Doom’s 25th anniversary, Romero is partnering with Limited Run Games to offer physical “fan boxes.” Along with the game the fan box includes a metal soundtrack from Buckethead and absolutely Satanic artwork from Christopher Lovell.Whether you get the fan box or not, Sigil will be available to everyone in February 2019. John Romero may not be with iD anymore, but he’ll always be a unholy part of Doom. For more on Doom, check out our thoughts on Doom Eternal as well as Doom’s leaps to platforms like VR and the Nintendo Switch.