The Next Great Quake Multiplayer Game.
Quake Champions is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks, as part of the Quake series of multiplayer shooters. Mixing the dark mythos of Quake with the innovative multiplayer of Quake III Arena, the game adds a modern twist – Champions, each with unique attributes and abilities for players to master. These fierce warriors each wield unique attributes and abilities, enabling players to compete in their own distinctive style, while adding an additional layer of strategy to the game.
Release Date: 22 Aug, 2017
Developer: id Software
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Genre: Action, Shooting, Multiplayer
OS: Win 7
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4-945 / Intel Core 2 Quad 6600
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: AMD R7 240 GB / Nvidia GT 730 2GB / Intel HD 530
HDD: 20 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: AMD FX-8320 / Intel i5-2400
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: AMD R9 290 4GB / Nvidia GTX 770 4GB
HDD: 20 GB
- Quake’s signature rocket jumping, skill-based competition, and incredible speed remains intact, providing veterans with a welcome return and new players a fresh way to showcase their multiplayer skills.
- Quake’s devastating arsenal of flesh-chewing weaponry, including fan-favorites like the thunderous Rocket Launcher, electrifying Lightning Gun, and snipe-tastic Railgun are back alongside new additions for you to master.
- Quake Champions introduces a roster of elite Champions, each equipped with unique attributes and abilities that are additive to Quake’s established gameplay. Champion skills offer a great variety to fit your play style.
- Established and beloved game modes return, including the gib-filled fragfests of Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch and the competitive fury of 1v1 Duel mode, while a new team-based mode, Sacrifice, joins the fray.
Quake Champions Trailer
Quake Champions Review
Quake Champions is an arena shooter at its core. Picking champions with different passives and abilities will not deter from the core gameplay that is quake. The champions are not overpowered and they all bring something unique to the gunfights. No champion is better than the other. For those who are unfamiliar with Quake, it might look deviously simple: you just run around and shoot enemies, right? The truth is, the game has a ton of depth that may not be obvious to new players: skill-based movement, map control, item timings, aiming/dodging, etc. I can totally recommend this game, especially if you're not easily scared away by better players. If there is one title which can put some life into the rather forgotten genre of arena shooters, it's definitely Quake Champions! Keep fragging!