Gamers looking forward to playing the new Quake Champions game which was unveiled last year will be pleased to know that its developer, Bethesda has now opened registration for the Quake Champions closed beta gameplay development stage.
More details check out the video below as well as a gameplay trailer which was first shown during the QuakeCon 2016 keynote speech, by id Software Studio Director Tim Willits.
20 years ago, Quake set new standards for multiplayer competition and pushed the boundaries for graphics and gameplay. The fast, skill-based arena-style competition that turned the original Quake games into multiplayer legends is making a triumphant return with Quake Champions.
During the QuakeCon 2016 keynote speech, id Software Studio Director Tim Willits took to the stage to unveil an armory of new Quake Champions details. The presentation was full of blazingly fast action, juicy gibs and explosive rocket jumps, and it closed out with the world premiere of the first Quake Champions gameplay trailer.
Willits gave those in attendance a quick look at the four Champions introduced in the announce trailer at E3 – franchise classics Ranger and Visor, and newcomers Nyx and Scalebearer. The audience was shown a series of quick vignettes exploring each of their abilities, which you can learn more about in this video. In addition to those four, Willits showed another returning Champion, Anarki, the lanky speed-demon with a sweet hoverboard. He also teased three more Champions (though he didn’t name names) and revealed that there will be at least a dozen to choose from when the game enters closed beta.
To register your interest in taking part in the Quake Champions closed beta gameplay jump over to the official website via the link below.
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