Quake Live Summary
The folks behind Quake Live have proudly announced that they're utilizing a ton of options on Steam in support of their online shooter. Among the many options that will be available on Steamworks, Quake Live is LAN, dedicated servers, and the Workshop, allowing modders to get in on the fun.
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.