QuakeCon 2022’s streaming schedule includes Redfall
Last year’s show included the surprise release of Quake 25th anniversary remaster
Bethesda has revealed the streaming schedule for the upcoming QuakeCon 2022 event.
The event, which will once again be streaming-only will kick off with id Software’s Marty Stratton opening the show at 5:15 pm BST on August 18.
The event will include streams focussing on Redfall, The Elder Scrolls Online, Fallout 76, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Quake, and more. Bethesda has said that fans can “Expect special appearances from developers and other personalities.”
The full schedule can be found here.
The 2022 Quake Pro League World Championship will also take place during the event. 13 Quake Pro League players along with 11 Qualifiers will face off in a double-elimination 24-person bracket for the World Championship belt.
In addition to the streams about upcoming and current Bethesda games, the lineup includes community-focused shows like a Quiz-a-Thon Game Show, interactive fundraising shows and the infamous Dirty Keyboard Contest.
Highlights from last year’s event included the surprise release of a Quake 25th anniversary remaster, which featured new content from Wolfenstein developer MachineGames, which is currently working on an Indiana Jones game.
Last year’s show also featured the first in-depth look at Deathloop’s multiplayer mode from Arkane Lyon.
In June, Bethesda showed off the first gameplay footage of Starfield with a 15-minute-long demo.