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.
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.