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QuakeCon 2023 is underway, and history is repeating itself. So we saw leaks of a potential return to the iconic Quake franchise back in 2021. Specifically, a possible remaster of the legendary Quake. In the present day, we see a similar story for Quake 2 Remastered. We now have more information to share with you about whether or not this story is true. There is also a free-to-play RTX version available on Steam.

So what was confirmed about Quake 2 Remastered? Well, the first thing is the leaks were accurate. During QuakeCon, it was revealed and also the leaked release date was proven correct. So, the game is out now and is available for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and available for purchase. However, if you’re wondering what is included in a purchase.

  • Experience the Military Sci-fi FPS, Enhanced
  • Get the Original Mission Packs: The Reckoning and Ground Zero
  • Play the All-New Expansion “Call of the Machine”
  • Get Quake II 64 for Free
  • Enjoy Online & Local Multiplayer/CO-OP
  • Play Together with Crossplay
  • Take Quake II Anywhere With xCloud Portability

What We Know About Quake 2 Remastered

Well, we know it’s on PC as well as Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. We also know it’s available for PlayStation 4 as well as PlayStation 5. Nintendo Switch owners will also get to enjoy the iconic first-person shooter. Windows Central described it as “featuring proper 16:9 support, 4K graphics, and high framerates”. They also say “this is a fantastic way for new players and veterans alike to jump in and try out what was originally going to be a new IP before id Software changed it to a Quake sequel at the last minute. It’s also the first big narrative-focused game developed by id Software, making it something of a unique inflection point for the series and the studio”. Now, will we see Quake 3 Arena receive the same treatment in the future? Also, could we see consoles get Quake Champions? There is also Quake 4 and other spin-off titles like Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. Check out the release trailer below and let us know if you will be picking up Quake II.

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