OK, Quake fans. Be prepared to get your Twitch on this weekend if you can't be at QuakeCon 2017 this weekend, as the $1 million Quake World Championships will kick off its finals in a quest to be crowned champions of Quake Champions. Forty...Show More Summary
Id Software’s Quake Champions is now available via Early Access on PC. You can play the arena shooter if you’re willing to spend $30. That’s $10 cheaper than what the $40 premium version of the game will cost when it officially launches (although it will also have a free-to-play version). Early Access means that the […]
AMD released Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1, which adds official game support for the Early Access version of "Quake Champions" and "Agents of Mayhem." It also includes official support for Radeon RX Vega GPUs.
Bethesda’s Quake Champions is still a ways off from release, but the good news for those looking to play the game is that it’s moving out of closed beta, and into Early Access August 22nd. In addition, be prepared to rip and tear with the newest addition to the game’s 30 playable Champions. That’s right, […]
Quake Champions is a free-to-play game, but when it comes to Steam next week, you’ll only be able to play if you’re willing to pay up. Bethesda announced that the game is leaving closed beta, and will launch on Steam Early Access on August 22. Quake Champions will continue to be available through the Bethesda […]
Been green with envy over your pals playing the Quake Champions closed beta? Time to stop being jealous and start working on your rocket jumping because the classic shooter's revival is moving to Steam's Early Access on August 22nd, where everyone can play. Show More Summary
Bethesda's revival of arena shooters, Quake Champions, will be leaving its closed beta phase on August 22 and entering into Early Access on Steam and through Bethesda's own game launcher (which I didn't realize was a thing). While the...Show More Summary
Closed beta participants can still play for free, but newcomers will have to pay $30 to try it out next week.
Next Tuesday, August 22, id Software’s incredible multiplayer fragfest, Quake Champions, will officially exit the Closed Beta phase and enter into Early Access on Steam and through the Bethesda.net launcher, bringing with it a host of new content, including new maps, features, and a special new Champion from DOOM. Show More Summary
Id Software announced today that its multiplayer first-person shooter Quake Champions will transition from its closed testing phase to Early Access on August 22. To play the game in Early Access, you need to buy the Champions Pack for $30. That’s $10 cheaper than it’s final $40 retail price. Quake Champions is a PC-only arena shooter, […]
Quake Champions is coming along nicely, especially after fixing a bit of weapons lag in a recent patch. With QuakeCon approaching on August 24, it seems only fitting that id Software will launch the game on Steam Early Access on August...Show More Summary
Beta players will have to pay to keep playing, but free-to-play will follow at a later date.
Quake Champions leaves closed beta and enters Early Access on Steam and the Bethesda.net launcher on Tuesday 22nd August - and when it does you can play as the guy you play as in Doom. Can I call him the Doom guy? The Doom marine? Bethesda calls him Doom Slayer but that doesn't make much sense to me. Show More Summary
Get ready for the grisliest interdimensional frag-fest you’ve ever laid eyes on! Titan Comics' Quake: Champions #1 by Ram V & Alan Quah. The post Quake: Champions #1 appeared first on CBR.
Image. Reddit (u/Headless_Cow) Remember the Aussie who forced his way through an online Quake Champions qualifier on crappy ping? Well there was a second round of qualifiers for the Quake World Championships over the weekend, and despite having an atrocious ping yet again, that didn't stop Daniel "dandaking" De Sousa from carving some Americans up. Again. More »
Boss Key's LawBreakers is what Quake Champions was trying to be and a nice solution to Overwatch burnout.
The Australian scene has had a long - and successful - history with Quake despite our geographical isolation and size. And with the Quake Champions million dollar tournament next month, there was hope that Australians would be well represented. But...Show More Summary
Brand-new comics based on the best-selling franchise, leading into the upcoming new game! Titan Comics' Quake: Champions #1 by Ram V. & Alan Quah. The post Quake: Champions #1 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.
Quake is a hard enough game as is, and that's with a good ping. Now imagine playing in an international qualifier for a $US1 million tournament on 200+ ping. More »