A new update has gone live for Quake's 25th anniversary Enhanced Edition, which previously released last August.
Dubbed as a "next-gen" update, that provides native editions for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players, bringing in a maximum of 4K resolution and 120fps support. If you previously bought it on Xbox One or PS4, you can claim that for free.
Quake's Anniversary Edition Receives 'Next-Gen' Update
Within this update, Xbox Play Anywhere support is up for Series X|S players, while PS5 users can now benefit from DualSense Adaptive Trigger and integrated speaker support. A part of Bethesda's official statement confirms:
We are excited to launch Quake on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PlayStation 5. Anyone who purchased Quake on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 is eligible for a free next-gen upgrade on the same console family. The next-gen versions are also available for direct digital purchase from next-gen platforms on the (Xbox) Microsoft Store and the PlayStation Store. Additionally, free upgrades are available to Xbox Game Pass members who have the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S
The Quake 25th-anniversary enhanced edition was released two months ago. That included the original game and four expansions: The Scourge of Armagon, Dissolution of Eternity, Dimensions of the Past and the Dimension of the Machine.
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