Bethesda Reveals 'Quake Champions' At E3 2016; Promising 120FPS PC Version
Bethesda teased the return of "Quake" video game series at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 press conference. The video game company surprised the game aficionados by returning the classic first-person shooter by revealing "Quake Champions" trailer.
"Quake Champions" is an arena-style shooter game that is playable for every kind of player, Ars Technica reported.
The id Studio Director Tim Willits explained that "Quake Champions" carries different sort of fighters that have different war abilities and distinct characteristics. This will allow the gamers to play their chosen characters the way they want to.
Bethesda, too, promised to make "Quake Champions" with tournament support for its e-sport concept.
'Quake Champions' For PC
Bethesda announced that "Quake Champions" only has PC version right now, which some questioned if it can live with its promises, as per Irish Examiner.
The claims Bethesda suggested might too good to be true, but the game publisher will try its best to make "Quake Champions" have 120fps rendering.
The team behind "Quake Champions" is eyeing to make the title be competitive compared to other games. Hence, they will make 120fps with an unlocked framerate that will surely run on PC fast and smooth.
The Game's Development
"Quake Champions" is now under development at id Software in collaboration with Saber Interactive.
"The fast, skill-based arena-style competition that turned the original 'Quake' games into multiplayer legends is making a triumphant return with 'Quake Champions'," Bethesda revealed, according to VideoGamer.
"Running at an impressive 120hz with unlocked framerates, id Software's new multiplayer shooter is getting ready to take PC gaming by storm once more," it continued. "Quake Champions features a roster of unique characters, each with their own distinctive abilities, allowing you to fight the way you want."
Bethesda only gave a little information about "Quake Champions," but the video game company promised to give more at QuakeCon in August.