Quake Champions ‘Slash’ Closed Beta Starts Tomorrow on PC
Early announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016, Quake Champions has a Closed Beta starting tomorrow, It’s an upcoming first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks.
It will feature a large quantity of playable characters, each boasting their own sets of unique skills. The game is promised to be a “fast paced arena based shooter”. Quake Champions it’s not planned to release on consoles only Microsoft Windows devices. Quake Champions will be the first main entry in the Quake series since 2005’s Quake 4.
Check this Slash gameplay trailer down below:
Slash moves through the Arena like the figure skater she used to be, cutting a lethal path through the other Champions. In her skates, she’s a force to be reckoned with – quick, agile and ever-so-deadly. Slash will be part of the upcoming.
“At QuakeCon 2016, creative-director Tim Willits revealed that Quake Champions does not run on the id Tech 6 game engine, but instead works on a hybrid engine made up of id tech and Saber tech, which means a number of the features seen in Doom are not native to Quake Champions, such as virtual reality, Vulkan API, SnapMaps and mod support, although mod support is potentially planned after initial release. It was revealed that the game was originally considered as an expansion to Quake Live, a revamped version of Quake III Arena released in 2009. The game is due to go into closed beta on April 6 2017”.
For more information about the game visit its official website.