If you grew up ripping in Disgrace, it's time to retrieve the chainsaw to do away with the demons that remained pending. John Romero, the original designer of the game, took advantage of the 25th anniversary of the saga to announce his own mod of Disgrace with 18 unprecedented levels.
The mod – better known as megawad among fans of the game – is called Sigil and contains nine single-player levels and nine multi-level deathmatch levels. According to Romero, Sigil is the "spiritual successor" to Your meat consumed, the fourth episode of Disgrace which was put together The Ultimate Doom in 1995. So it is a sequel to Disgrace 1993 original and a prequel to the popular Doom II 1994.
As a good unofficial extension of the game, Sigil will be available for free to all owners of a registered version of the game. Disgrace original However, the Limited Run Games will also release two limited edition boxes for fans who are willing to pay for a megawad from John Romero himself. Sigil's Standard Edition will cost $ 40 and The Beast Box of Sigil, a whopping $ 166.
Both boxes will be personally signed by John Romero and will include a USB drive in the form of a floppy disk that will contain the game and various extras as well as the soundtrack of Buckethead's gift group. The more expensive box will also include a poster signed by illustrator Christopher Lovell, a themed coin and a tin statuette of Romero's head (which, if you did not know, comes out in the game like an Easter egg).
The free Sigil version will be available in mid-February 2019. SIGIL's Standard Edition and SIGIL's The Beast Box can be booked today, December 10, until Christmas Eve 2018. They will be shipped in mid-February of 2019 when the game is available.