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QuakeCon at Home sees the long-running event make its digital return. Taking place over the weekend of August 20-22 (which is like, next week somehow) the full QuakeCon has been unveiled and there looks to be a very apt announcement coming.

Namely the Celebrating 25 Years of Quake with id Software and Machine Games panel at 4:05am AEST August 20 hinting at something new in addition to looking at the "the impact and legacy of the original Quake on its 25th anniversary".

MachineGames, known for the recent Wolfenstein reboot and the upcoming Indiana Jones game currently in development, only has a small connection to the original Quake. That being a Dimensions of Past episode created by the studio to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Quake.

So then, is this hinting at something new and Quake-related from MachineGames? Well, it sounds like it. And we're hoping it's more than a new map pack. A remaster or remake would be awesome. Especially if it was being built using id Tech 6.

In addition to tournaments and livestreams -- there's a very cool Fallout 76 – Playing with UFC Middleweight Rob Whittaker ANZ stream 2:30pm on August 20 AEST) -- QuakeCon will also be the place to get the latest on all things Bethesda. Sadly, it doesn't look like there's be any new Starfield info - but there's plenty of Deathloop, DOOM Eternal, Quake, Fallout 76, and The Elder Scrolls Online.

Here are the dates and times for when all of the big stuff is happening.
Celebrating 25 Years of Quake with id Software and Machine Games: 2:05 p.m. ET (4:05 a.m. August 20 AEST)
Kevin Cloud and Marty Stratton from id Software and Jerk Gustafsson from MachineGames discuss the impact and legacy of the original Quake on its 25th anniversary.

Deep Dive into DEATHLOOP with Arkane Lyon: 2:30 p.m. ET (4:30 a.m. August 20 AEST)
Arkane Lyon gets fans … looped in … on the details of the upcoming PlayStation 5 console exclusive DEATHLOOP, including a special discussion about multiplayer.

Fallout 76: Making Appalachia Your Own with Fallout Worlds: 3 p.m. ET (5 a.m. August 20 AEST)
Join members of the Fallout 76 development team as they discuss how the game is evolving and take an in-depth look at our upcoming Fallout Worlds Update.

Inside the Award-Winning The Elder Scrolls Online with ZeniMax Online Studios: 3:30 p.m. ET (5:30 a.m. August 20 AEST)
Matt Firor and Rich Lambert take fans inside ESO and discuss the great additions to the game and what new players can expect from the award-winning MMO.

DOOM Eternal Studio Update with Marty and Hugo: 4:30 p.m. ET (6:30 a.m. August 20 AEST)
id Software’s Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin bring fans up-to-date on everything happening with DOOM Eternal.

Head Here For the Full QuakeCon 2021 Schedule.

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