Quake: reboot or new game in development at id Software, according to some insiders

Quake: reboot or new game in development at id Software, according to some insiders


Quake could be the next series to get a reboot from id Software, according to reports recently by several insiders, who put together provide some consistency to what remains a rumor for the moment. >
The last one to talk about it was Shpeshal Nick, co-host of the XboxEra podcast, who basically confirmed what had already been reported last April by Tyler McVickers, a rather well-known insider but usually linked to issues relating to Valve, on which it has proven to be reliable in the past.

Quake RTX is back to rework the original with the application of ray tracing In short, as usual we are faced with rumors spread by alleged insiders, therefore nothing official, but certainly the operation seems far from absurd: considering the success obtained with the relaunch of DOOM in 2016, it is possible that id Software has decided to switch to Quake and perform a n 'operation similar to this too.

Id Software itself would be working on the Quake reboot with the support of MachineGames, the team responsible for the Wolfenstein series and also working on the announced project dedicated to Indiana Jones, of of which there is no news yet.

The recent Xbox and Bethesda conference at E3 2021 did not mention Quake, which suggests a development started recently, but it is not said that the works are not already well advanced, also considering that DOOM Eternal has been concluded for some time and id Software may have already had some time available.

In this case, the most appropriate event for an announcement would certainly be QuakeCon 2021, announced from 19 to 21 August 2021 as a digital-only event. There is no news on the contents of the event yet, but if there really is a new Quake on the horizon, then that would certainly be the event to be exploited for an official announcement.

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5.4-magnitude quake strikes Japan's Hokkaido

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An earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale struck Japan's Hokkaido Prefecture, according to authorities.

The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) said the temblor occurred at 8.08 p.m. on Sunday night, with its epicentre at a latitude of 43.5 degrees north and a longitude of 142.7 degrees east, and at depth of 30 km, reports Xinhua news agency.


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The quake logged 3 in some parts of Hokkaido Prefecture on the Japanese seismic intensity scale which peaks at 7.

So far no tsunami warning has been issued and there were no reports of damages.