Quake Remastered has launched ahead of the Quakecon panel today. This comes from multiple store pages like the Microsoft store itself putting up the game early. It’s included with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, adding even more value to the platform.
Quake Remastered Out Now & Features A Brand New Expansion "Dimension of the Machine"
Of course, Quake is also available on the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation Store for $10. Here’s the official description from the Microsoft Store.
“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.”
For fans of Quake or completely new players, this is an excellent way to revisit the old game without it feeling too dated. It also comes with both “The Scourge of Armagon” and the “Dissolution of Eternity” expansion packs.
On top of that, there is a brand new expansion for the Quake Remaster developed by MachineGames. Dimension of the Machine’s description from the Microsoft Store can be found below.
“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.”
You can play all of these in local or online coop with up to four players. The game will also have crossplay between the Xbox versions, PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.
Quake Remastered will also feature fan-made and official mods for the game, such as Quake 64, which is available to download now.
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