The legendary game Quake is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an enhanced re-release. The game returns 25 years later for PC and modern gaming consoles.
Today there are hundreds of shooter games but 25 years ago 3D multiplayer first-person shooters were something completely magical and new.
The company id Software had invented this game a few years earlier, among with Doom. But Quake was a revolution when it was released in 1996.
The game comes with lots of new features, you can see the most important things in this video:
Quake Enhanced adds support for panoramic 4K resolutions, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing and even improved models.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary, a new episode called Dimension of the Machine is released, with new levels and a new story that takes us to a labyrinth known as The Machine.
The game also debuts on new consoles, such as the Nintendo Switch. And it appears on all platforms, on old and new consoles like Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
If you have an older version of Quake it will be upgraded to Enhanced for free. If not, it will be sold for $9.99.
Another new feature of this 25th Anniversary version is the multiplayer modes. There are new cooperative and competitive modes both for online and in local mode, with split-screen support for 4 players.
In addition, new mods and free levels will be released from time to time.