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Kicking off QuakeCon at Home comes the announcement that the original Quake -- now celebrating its 25th anniversary -- is now available in an Enhanced Edition on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch as well as joining Xbox Game Pass. This re-release comes with the original expansion packs plus two developed by MachineGames. One of them being brand-new.

Called “Dimension of the Machine” it arrives as a new slice of action for the classic id shooter. In terms of enhanced bits this new version supports widescreen, up to a 4K resolution, enhanced models, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing, depth of field effects, and a remastered soundtrack. Which is great news because Quake's soundtrack was composed by none other than Trent Reznor.

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The campaign and expansions are now easily playable both online and in split-screen, with deathmatch coming in 8-player online of 4-player local flavour. And in a nice touch, cross-play is supported. Though it'd be hard to see how playing with a controller could stack up against the ol' keyboard and mouse combo.

Native Xbox Series X|S and PS5 versions supporting 4K 120-fps will be available soon (as a free upgrade to boot).

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