Quake Live Summary
Fancy leaping around firing rocket launchers into burly soldiers? Of course you do. Free-to-play shooter Quake Live is now available .
Bethesda's throwback to the glory years of the arena shooter was previously available as a, and the Steam release coincides with a raft of aimed at making the game more friendly to beginners.
For those of you who prefer digital over browser-based, Quake Live will be re-released as the former after years of enjoying success as the latter. The browser-based format is being ditched due to changes in the way plugin-based games are supported by popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox.
Bethesda have released the Premium Pack 12 for the free-to-play browser shooter Quake Live, which is also getting a week of free premium content to enjoy for all, ending May 6th.
That means over 50 premium arenas, 6 game modes and all premium in-game features are accessible for nothing. Pack 12 adds 5 new game modes and 4 arenas.
The latest major update to Quake Live is now up and running with two new Premium Arenas, and new Start-a-Match features for Pro Subs and FreezeTag.
There's better "mouse input code," a TeamKill
snitch complaint system, an overhauled InstaGib system, forfeit options and gameplay tweaks a plenty.
id Software has announced that "Premium" and "Pro" subscriptions are going to be on offer to players of Quake Live, a free-to-play first person shooter that can be played over a web browser.
The Premium Subscription, which can be purchased for £1.59/€1.99 per month...