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Bethesda Announces ‘Quake’ Reboot With ‘Quake Champions’

Hot off of the success of their recent resurrection of DOOM, Bethesda announced that they are rebooting their much-adored Quake series with a new installment due out next year. The game is called Quake Champions and id described it as a “competitive multiplayer shooter” meant to be played in an esports context.

Bethesda was tight-lipped about the game, only mentioning that it would have eight different characters, each with their own set of special abilities. Which begs the question: is Quake going to be Bethesda’s take on the class-based FPS genre, joining the likes of Team Fortress 2 and Overwatch?

id promised to reveal more at this year’s QuakeCon, which takes place August 4 – 7.


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Matthew Hadick is a staff contributor at Fandom. He’s been covering video games in some capacity since around 2001. He loves classic science fiction, animation, and Katamari Damacy. He spends way too much time playing Downwell.

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