It consists of 8 new levels, most of which were originally cut from Doom 3 (hence its title). The campaign features a new story with new voiced acted log entries, as well as weapons and enemies from both Doom 3 and Resurrection of Evil.
In The Lost Mission, the player takes the role of the last surviving member of Bravo team, which was seen being ambushed by demons in Doom 3. The Bravo team survivor is contacted by Dr. Richard Meyers, a scientist working on teleportation experiments in Exis Labs, and asked to help Meyers destroy an experimental teleportation array that was captured by the demons and is currently held deep inside Hell. The array is potentially powerful enough to send an army of demons all the way to Earth, hence Meyer's desperation to destroy it. To achieve this goal, the marine must acquire the components necessary to activate the Exis Labs teleportation system, then travel to Hell in order to destroy the teleportation array.
The Lost Mission consists of 8 new levels, mirroring the 8 level mission structure of each act of the original Doom (minus the 9th secret level). The levels are:
- Enpro Sector 1
- Enpro Sector 2
- Underground (Part 1)
- Underground (Part 2)
- Exis Labs (Part 1)
- Exis Labs (Part 2)
- Hell Outpost
The Lost Mission includes almost all of the weapons from Doom 3 and Resurrection of Evil, including the Grabber Gun and double-barrel shotgun. The only exceptions are the chainsaw, soul cube, and artifact, which do not appear in the campaign (the hand-held flashlight also does not appear, due to having been removed from the BFG Edition). The Soul Cube does appear in The Lost Mission on Nightmare difficulty, to compensate for the constantly draining health on that difficulty setting.
Almost all regular monsters from Doom 3 and Resurrection of Evil also make an appearance in The Lost Mission, although some only appear once or twice or in a single area. The exceptions are the Lost Soul, Tick, Vulgar, and Chainsaw Zombie, which do not appear.
Changes from Doom 3Edit
The Lost Mission does not introduce any new weapons or monsters to the game. Instead, it re-uses content from both Doom 3 and Resurrection of Evil excluding Lost Souls (which are replaced by Forgotten Ones as they are in Resurrection of Evil), the Cyberdemon, Sabaoth, Vulgars, Hell Hunters, the Maledict, the Soul Cube and the Artifact.
However, it does introduces BFG Edition's remastered visuals, as well as certain areas that appeared in Doom 3.