Quake returns with its remastering: now available on PC, consoles and Xbox Game Pass

By: MRT Desk

Published on:

Quake returns with its remastering: now available on PC, consoles and Xbox Game Pass

Quake, the mythical first person shooter of Bethesda, returns in remastered format to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch; And the best of all is that it is already available in the digital stores of each platform at a price of 9,99 euros. Thus confirm the rumors about the arrival of this update of a classic of the genre. In addition, it will soon also come to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, a version that will be free for those who have the title remastered on any of the platforms already announced.

Quake, Quake 2 y Quake 3 Arena en Game Pass

On the other hand, subscribers to Xbox Game Pass they can now to enjoy of this new remastering of Quake on both Xbox consoles and PC; Quake 2 and Quake 3 Arena they also reach Game Pass para PC with xCloud support for Game Pass Ultimate users. What improvements does this Quake remaster include?

To begin with, the resolution has been improved reaching the 4K (on Switch it stays at 1080p in dock mode), in addition to including support for widescreen displays, improved modeling and more complex, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing, depth of field and other graphical enhancements.

Although the thing does not end there; Also included are the original Quake expansions with The Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity, in addition to Dimension of the Past by MachineGames and Dimension of the Machine, created for the occasion by the developers of the remaster. This new content takes us to the very heart of the labyrinth known as The Machine where the biggest threat of the Quake universe.

Finally, the multiplayer modes both cooperative and competitive (4 players locally and 8 online) with matchmaking, in addition to offering crossplay between platforms and possibility of expansion via free mods and patches, either created by fans or by the developers themselves.

Source | Bethesda


Article Source