The long-rumored “Quake II” remake is now out on PC and consoles
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The long-rumored “Quake II” remake is now out on PC and consoles

Bethesda has it upgraded version of Best of all, you can play it today on PC, Xbox One platform, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. The Enhanced Edition is on Game Pass on PC, Console, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Those who own the original game on GOG or Steam get a free upgrade.

Worked with Bethesda to update id Software’s 1997 first-person shooter. You can relive the single-player campaign or experience it for the first time with Sonic Mayhem’s original soundtrack and all sorts of other improvements. The visuals have been upgraded to include widescreen support, 120Hz refresh rates, and 4K resolution.

Content that was cut at some point in time reverts to the enhanced version of The second earthquake Which includes a Nintendo 64 port as well. You’ll be able to dive into the original expansions – Mission Pack: Reckoning and Mission Pack: Ground Zero – which includes over 30 additional single-player levels and 20+ deathmatch maps between them.

There’s a brand new Call of the Machine expansion, too. Wolfenstein: The New Colossus The studio MachineGames (which is working on) has built 28 additional campaign levels and an all-new deathmatch map for this expansion.

On the multiplayer front, there’s split-screen support, including local and online co-op for up to four players. You can battle it out in a deathmatch, team deathmatch, and capture the flag with up to 16 players.

Full cross-play is a welcome inclusion on all platforms. However, if you’re on a PC and want to get into a lobby with your friends playing on console or over the cloud, you’ll need to use a controller. This is to negate the aiming advantage that keyboard and mouse players have.

Last but not least, there are some welcome updates in . Players will receive a notification of access options after installing the game. Settings include high contrast, voice chat transcription, input remapping options, aim assist, and the ability to automatically switch to a new weapon when you pick it up.

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