Quake, the first-person shooter released 25 years ago has been officially rated Mature 17+ on the ESRB website. id Software’s fast-paced first-person shooter is ready to spread its wings to other platforms as well. PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Why PC exactly when Quake has already been a present candidate on that particular platform? Well, it’s a word about a completely new version of the very first Quake, with the courtesy of continuing its legacy.
Some reports claim it’s a remaster, others a remake, but we’ll see what exactly this is soon, knowing Quake Con is just around the corner. With QuakeCon 2021 just a couple of hours away, this might be a proper escort for Bethesda’s first-person shooter Quake. Quake has already been a competitive first-person shooter, even though its latest version of Quake Champions didn’t succeed in sustaining a strong player base.
Bethesda might be interested in making the series great again. The older gamers know how big of an impact Quake had in the past, and Bethesda’s goal might be exactly that. Some people are shocked due to the planned release on the PlayStation platform, considering Bethesda is part of Microsoft now.
Judging by the recent SteamDB Quake info, it says that an update for its “Beta Depot” has been released. The last recorded update was 3 hours ago.
Rage through 32 single player levels and 6 deathmatch levels of sheer terror and fully immersive sound and lighting. Arm yourself against the cannibalistic Ogre, fiendish Vore and indestructible Schambler using lethal nails, fierce Thunderbolts and abominable Rocket and Grenade Launchers.