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Quake adds free features for next-gen players

Back in August, Bethesda dropped a surprise remaster of Quake for modern consoles from Machine Games. The enhanced edition of the shooter classic was released in honor of the game’s 25th anniversary. And it just got a little more power behind it, if you own a Series X or a PlayStation 5 

A new update has added new features for the new consoles. Firstly, both can now run the game at 120 FPS in a maximum 4K resolution. For Xbox, the play anywhere feature is included, along with the game being on Game Pass. Furthermore, for PlayStation 5 players DualSense Adaptive Trigger and integrated speaker support have come to the game. 

If you have bought the enhanced edition of Quake on PS4 or Xbox One, fret not! Upgrading to the next-gen version is free for all players who purchased. You can check out the instructions on how to do so for each system on Bethesda’s website

The remaster of Quake comes bundled with the original game, its two official expansions, plus two additional expansions made by Machine Games. If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s a solid remaster that does a tremendous job updating the controls for modern systems. As a result, it lets a whole new generation try out the shooter classic for the first time.

Quake Enhanced Edition is available now for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4/5, and PC via Steam. Are you excited to see the new updates if you have a new console? Let us know below!

Alex Lehew

28-year-old gamer, writer, content creator, weeb, and Sega fan! I'm old enough to remember when you played Sonic The Hedgehog 2 on a CRT, or how weird Revelations: Persona is. Constantly begging Atlus to make Snowboard Kids 3.
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