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Quake Remaster: Out Now!

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Rumours had been doing the rounds that a Quake Remaster was in the works. It turns out that the reports were true indeed. A remastered version of Quake was released a few hours back (exactly at the stroke of midnight, if we go by the Indian Standard Time) on Steam and the Microsoft Store.

This remastered version of the game has been priced at $ 10, for today! However, the upgrade will be available for free for those who already own a copy of the original Quake on Steam. The remaster, while retaining several aspects of the original game, will also have quite a few new additions.

The Quake Remaster comes with a widescreen and 4K resolutions support. The additional features include depth of field, coloured and dynamic lighting, enhanced models and anti-aliasing. To top it all off, the remaster comes with a brand new theme song composed by none other than Trent Reznor. Trent Rezor was responsible for composing the original soundtrack for the original game as well.

Take A Look At The Official Trailer for Quake Remaster (2021)

The remaster will come with both the DLC packs of the original game, namely, Dissolution of Eternity and the Scourge of Armagon. In addition to that, two brand new expansion packs have been designed for the Quake Remaster by none other than MachineGames, the ones behind the modern Wolfenstien games.

Quake developed by id Software and published by GT Interactive is a 1996 first person shooter video game and the first one in the Quake franchise of games. A remastered version of the game developed by Nightdive Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks was launched. The remastered version is available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation® 5, PlayStation® 4 and Nintendo Switch. Apart from several new features and additions, the remaster has two new extensions, Dimension of the Past and Dimension of the Machine, that have been developed by MachineGames.

So did you get your hands on the brand new Quake Remaster, yet? Let us know your thoughts on the game, in the comments below!

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Source: IGN