Quake

Quake Comes Back On All Platforms With Enhancements to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

id Software and Bethesda are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Quake at Quakecon and they did so by re-releasing the original game.

id Software and Bethesda are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the old and glorious first-person shooter Quake at Quakecon and they did so by re-releasing the original game.

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Quake has been made available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S (including Game Pass), and Nintendo Switch for $9.99/€9,99/£7.99.

If you’re on PS5 you can grab the PS4 version, with a free PS5 native upgrade coming “soon.”

The game supports up to 4K resolution on the platforms that can handle it and received additional improvements. On top of that the original expansion packs are included, plus two new ones by MachineGames.

Experience the Original Game, Enhanced
Enjoy the original, authentic version of Quake, now with up to 4K and widescreen resolution support, enhanced models, dynamic and colored lighting, anti-aliasing, depth of field, the original, atmospheric soundtrack and theme song by Trent Reznor, and more. There’s never been a better time to play Quake.

Play the Dark Fantasy Campaign
You are Ranger, a warrior armed with a powerful arsenal of weapons. Fight corrupted knights, deformed ogres and an army of twisted creatures across four dark dimensions of infested military bases, ancient medieval castles, lava-filled dungeons and gothic cathedrals in search of the four magic runes. Only after you have collected the runes will you hold the power to defeat the ancient evil that threatens all of humanity.

Get the Original & New Expansion Packs
Quake also comes with both original expansion packs: “The Scourge of Armagon” and “Dissolution of Eternity,” as well as two expansions developed by the award-winning team at MachineGames: “Dimension of the Past,” and the all-new “Dimension of the Machine.” Discover the All-New “Dimension of the Machine” Expansion In the deepest depths of the labyrinth lies the core of lava and steel known only as The Machine. Crusade across time and space against the forces of evil to bring together the lost runes, power the dormant machine, and open the portal hiding the greatest threat to all known worlds—destroy it…before it destroys us all. Enjoy Online & Local Multiplayer and CO-OP Fight through the dark fantasy base campaign and expansions in 4-player online or local split-screen co-op, and compete in pure, retro-style combat with support for 8-player (online) or 4-player (local split-screen) matches. Featuring dedicated server support for online matchmaking and peer-to-peer support for custom matches.

Download Additional, Free Mods & Missions
Expand your experience with free, curated, fan-made and official mods and missions such as Quake 64, which is available to download and play now. More fan-made and official mods and missions coming soon.

Play Together with Crossplay
Play the campaign and all expansion packs cooperatively or go toe-to-toe in multiplayer matches with your friends regardless of platform!

On top of Quake, Game Pass members on PC will also be able to grab Quake II and Quake III Arena starting today.


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