In celebration of 25 years of the quake, Bethesda released this Thursday (19) a remastered version of the game that has several improvements.
Available to PRAÇA, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch, this version includes up to 4K resolution with widescreen support, enhanced models, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing and depth of field. The classic soundtrack of the game composed by Trent Reznor is also back.
And the news doesn’t stop there, as this remastered version still features online and local co-op, multiplayer mode and the two original expansions: “The Scourge of Armagon” and “Dissolution of Eternity“. Furthermore, MachineGames, the studio responsible for Wolfenstein, has developed two new expansions, entitled “Dimension of the Past” and “Dimension of the Machine”.
At the Xbox, the players who have the signature of the Game Pass will be able to play the game at no additional cost, as well as Quake II and Quake III: Arena. already in the steam, the game is being sold by BRL 29.99, but if you have the original Quake, the upgrade will be free.
In the version for Switch, the game can also be played using the motion control, while on PlayStation, an update will soon be released so that the game will run natively on PS5.