A remastered version of the classic FPS game Quake II, originally released by Id Software in 1997, is now being released.
The enhanced version of Quake II was introduced during this year’s QuakeCon, which kicked off in Dallas, Texas, yesterday. The Quake II remaster supports 4K resolution and screen refresh rates of up to 120Hz, ensuring that the game will look much better than it did when it was released over 25 years ago.
The new version will include the original missions “The Reckoning” and “Ground Zero,” totaling 33 campaigns and 21 maps, as well as the newly developed “Call of the Machine” which adds an additional 28 campaigns to the game. It will also be possible to play online with crossplay support.
The remastered version of Quake II is now available on Game Pass, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. The price will be around 10 dollars. You can find a trailer for the game above.