Although Microsoft has since acquired Bethesda through ZeniMax, that doesn’t mean QuakeCon, the show originally launched by id Software, is over, as the 3-day event will take place on August 19 this year. It will also be preserved digitally. In addition to many of Bethesda’s many other games and shows, a separate panel will be dedicated to this 25-year-old’s Quake, and another will announce a “revamped version” of the FPS classic in a leak.
On Friday, August 20, the Let’s Quake Committee will take place from 4:30 p.m. a program This was originally uploaded in the description American IGN Quake is back! As part of this special broadcast, John Linneman of the Digital Foundation talks with Jerk Gustaffson, developer of MachineGames, about the game’s iconic legacy and what it means to both of them. In their chat, they also talk about MachineGames and how they contributed to [Quake] Renewed edition”.
If we now visit the QuakeCon table and click on the Let’s talk Quake panel, we can see that the “reactivated version” of the text has been removed. Don’t forget the internet of course and if you use web.archive.org look backYou will also pay attention to the part mentioned in the description. What could it be? We’re thinking of a minimally modified version, or something similar they did with Quake 2. Obviously a new version would be useful as well, but an activated version might indicate a revamped version instead. Anyway, we recently got similar unofficial information, so let’s hope so!
Quake was originally released in 1996, and id Software took Doom 1-2’s success with it, but it was a forward-looking game in many ways (like the controls and weapons), and not a simple Doom version, plus it ramped up multiplayer madness to the next level. Of course, a really large sect surrounded Quake 3, whose multiplayer mode (more precisely, it has already been sharpened to multiplayer) has evolved into evergreen. The latest Quake game was Quake Champions, which debuted in 2017 on PC. You can read the history of the series in this article.
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