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Bethesda has released a remastered version of the original Quake for modern platforms, to coincide with the game’s 25th anniversary.
Bethesda says the shooter has been updated for modern platforms, with up to 4K resolution and widescreen support on compatible platforms, enhanced models, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing, depth of field and more.
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S free upgrades bringing native 4K resolution at 120hz refresh rates are “coming soon”.
The re-release also supports local or online co-op for up to four players across both its single-player campaign, original expansions and even two campaign add-ons created by Wolfenstein developer MachineGames.
Finally, players can download free mods and missions such as Quake 64, which is available to download and play now. More fan-made and official mods and missions are coming soon.
Quake’s re-release costs $9.99, but owners of the PC version can upgrade for free. The full list of enhancements can be found over on Bethesda’s website.
In addition, Bethesda announced on Thursday that it’s added all three Quake games to Xbox Game Pass. Quake II and Quake III Arena are only available on PC.