Bethesda unveils Quake Champions at E3 2016, trailer is full of huge monsters
Rumors have long suggested that a new Quake game would soon be announced, and those rumours were confirmed when Bethesda unveiled Quake Champions at E3 with a spectacular trailer full of monsters and mayhem.
Quake Champions is a competitive arena-style first-person shooter for PC. The game promises to be very fast-paced, which means that players have to be extremely alert if they want to survive for more than five minutes. There are plenty of characters you can choose from each with different abilities and skills.
Bethesda hasn’t offered any additional details but did announce that the game would be making an appearance at Quakecon in August. As always, we expect the company to reveal information about the game’s structure and characters from time to time.
For the time being, all we have is the game trailer which focuses on combat. The trailer mixes fast-paced fight moves with slow-motion images, isolating spectacular combat moments.
Quake is a first-person shooter legend and judging by what Bethesda has announced lately, it appears the company is heavily focusing on reviving old games. The game developers also unveiled Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, too.
Bethesda adopted the same strategy for both games, teasing fans with amazing trailers and revealing only general information — enough to awaken fan interest but not quite quench their thirst.
It would be interesting to see how successful these game remakes can be. Games like Quake Champions or Skyrim Special Edition will definitely appeal to fans. As far as the younger generation of gamers is concerned, we are not sure they’ll be that into playing Quake Champions or Skyrim Special Edition. Time will tell.
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