Bethesda has released the next generation update for Quake. This means that owners of this improved version of the original shooter released in August can now play in 4k at 120 fps on Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5.
It is located around a Free update For players who purchased the enhanced version of Quake, but the update is also available for those who play the game with a Game Pass subscription. This is the new version of Quake came out in August It already supported up to 4k resolution, but the 120fps formula was not yet available at the time. This combination was already possible on PC. There is also support for Xbox Play Anywhere functionality for the Xbox Series X and S players, and on the PS5 there is support for adaptive triggers and a built-in amplifier for the DualSense controller.
Players who purchased an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 title can also upgrade to the next generation version if they want to port the game to an Xbox Series or PS5 console. With Xbox consoles, this is done automatically via Microsoft’s Smart Delivery system; In the transition from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, getting the next generation version will pass through the Game Hub in the PS5 interface or through the PlayStation Store.
The Quake Enhanced Edition includes the base game, the two official expansions, and two additional expansions created by Machine Games. This is the developer of Wolfenstein: The New Order.