When it comes to PC first-person shooters, id Software’s Earthquake Its dark and medieval atmosphere fills many old gamers with fond memories. Gothic FPS was recently given a modern polish and was released on PC and much to the delight and surprise of the fans. However, today Bethesda announced that the 1996 Maze-like event Earthquake Getting another free upgrade.

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Bethesda has revealed that Earthquake The Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PS5 have received a free next-generation upgrade, now running in 4K and up to 120 frames-per-second. 25th Anniversary Enhanced Edition Earthquake, which bundles together The game, and its two official expansions, were an extremely solid touch-up to the already quarter-century-old FPS classic. Players were able to explore levels, face monsters, have an improved multiplayer system, and discover secret areas again with next-gen specs. However, the newly released next-gen upgrade adds a little extra power for Xbox Series X/S and PS5 owners.

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Once installed, both the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 will run Quake at 120fps with a maximum resolution of 4K. According to the release on Bethesda’s blog:

“We are excited to launch Quake on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PlayStation 5. Anyone who has purchased Quake on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 is eligible for a free next-gen upgrade on the same console family. The Gen Edition (Xbox) is also available for digital purchase directly from the next-gen platform on the Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store. Additionally, free upgrades are available for Xbox Game Pass members who have an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. ”

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As long as players have the required compatible monitor for 4K and 120FPS, The Xbox Series X|S and PS5 versions will work just fine. The Xbox will also support Xbox Play Anywhere, which means if you own the Quake On console, you’ll get the PC version at no extra charge (or vice versa). PlayStation users will be able to use its DualSense Adaptive Trigger and integrated speaker support. Nintendo Switch users were left by the fun. Although it doesn’t support 4K or 120 FPS, however, the Switch version of Earthquake Now supports a mouse and keyboard.

re-release of Earthquake was unexpected, and even co-designer John Romero was happy to see Earthquake It now includes a map he designed that never made it into the original 1996 release. Prior to this latest update, the remastered game had a good number of changes, including some visual improvements, the restoration of Trent Reznor’s soundtrack, and the addition of an official expansion pack. This has been a welcome update for fans of the original game.

with him Earthquake With the remastered out, the new 4K 120fps update, and all of its lovely additional content, it looks like fans are ready for a full-on remake. fans ready for mod Earthquake, especially since both doom 2016 And doom eternal have been so successful, not to mention the fans who used to come Earthquake Champions.

remastered version of Earthquake Available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S. EarthquakeThe next generation upgrade is completely free to download for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: bethesda

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