Bethesda and id Software used time at QuakeCon 2016 to show off debut gameplay footage of Quake Champions. Shown off by id Software Studio Director Tim Willits the new gameplay footage shows a return to form for Quake.
Bringing back the arena shooter with style, the speed, skill and rocket jumping you’ll use to navigate and eliminate your enemies is all there.
Check it out in the new gameplay trailer below.
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Quake Champions is due to release on Windows PC’s but a release date hasn’t been announced yet. Currently, the game is not due to release on consoles as Bethesda marketing boss Pete Hines said
There is not a console that supports our vision for [Quake Champions].
This is due to the game running at 120Hz with an uncapped framerate. It is possible that when Microsoft’s Scorpio and Sony’s Neo release that may change. For now, though, the game is a PC only title.
Hines continued to explain
You know, Quake Champions, maybe anybody else would’ve been like, ‘No, you have to do it, and it’s got to work on every platform. We were like, ‘No, it’s a PC-only thing. It’s this kind of game. It’s got to have this kind of performance, and it’s going to be on PC full stop.’ We feel very comfortable in making those calls.