- Gamers now have access to 4K and 120fps support.
- You cannot transfer your saves from the PS4 to the PS5 version.
- It supports Xbox Play Anywhere. You can play Quake on your Windows PC.
- Saves made are retained on your Xbox Live account, regardless of the upgrade.
In August, the remaster of Quake was released on last-generation consoles. However, there was a delay in releasing the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S remaster. Many game enthusiasts with new generation consoles have been yearning to get their hands on the new version of the game. There are high expectations when it comes to performance.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X|S is out now! This is following the release of the remastered Quake in August.
Do not fret if you have already bought the PS4 and Xbox One versions. This is because you are eligible for a free upgrade! On the other hand, if you are an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, the upgrade will be made automatically.
Enhanced player experience
The new upgrade comes with a wide range of benefits that you will enjoy. For instance, the upgraded Quake supports 4K maximum resolution coupled with a 120 FPS frame rate. This applies to both consoles. However, this is dependent on the compatibility of your monitor.
Judging from the comments made by this Twitter user, they are still in denial that the visuals have been improved and enhanced.
Moreover, they have also incorporated the DualSense adaptive trigger as well as integrated speaker support. The only downside is that the upgrade does not allow one transfer saves from the PS4 to PS5 version.
Xbox Play Anywhere
Xbox owners also benefit a great deal from the upgrade. It supports the Xbox Play Anywhere. This means that you get to enjoy the game both on your console and PC. Moreover, your game saves are also retained on your Xbox Live account.
If you’re thinking about buying a console, check our guide on Xbox Series S vs PS5 to learn which one is better for you.
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