- Quake returns today with an enhanced re-release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S (via backward compatibility), PC, and with Xbox Game Pass.
- The re-release supports local or online co-op for up to four players across its campaign, original expansions, and two campaign add-ons created by the award-winning team at MachineGames.
- Quake II and Quake III: Arena are also now available with Xbox Game Pass for PC in their original form.
The legendary first-person shooter that inspires today’s retro shooters is back! In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Quake returns today with an enhanced re-release on PC and Xbox One and with Xbox Game Pass. This re-release is backwards compatible with Xbox Series X|S and will also receive next-gen optimizations at a later date, bringing native 4K resolution and 120hz refresh rates.
Updated for modern gaming systems, this version of Quake features up to 4K resolution and widescreen support on compatible devices, enhanced models, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing, depth of field and more, bringing the shooter and both its expansions to a new generation of players.
Players will also have tons of free levels to play with add-ons, providing post-launch support featuring some of the best community-made content made for the game.
There’s not just a ton of single-player to explore: Quake’s genre-defining multiplayer is also intact with the re-release supporting local or online co-op for up to four players across its campaign, original expansions and even two campaign add-ons created by the award-winning team at MachineGames, developers of Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Naturally, players can also bring their skills to Quake’s arenas, duking it out with up to eight players with cross-platform support, custom matches, and even dedicated servers for online matchmaking.
As part of the celebration, Quake II and Quake III: Arena are also now available with Xbox Game Pass for PC in their original form.
Whether you’re a newcomer stepping through the Slipgate for the first time or a veteran raring to relive one of gaming’s most influential shooters, there’s no better time to experience the re-release of Quake.