Quake Champions is only confirmed to come out on PC as of now, but developer iD Software said the game may also hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the future. Recently, studio chief Tim Willits revealed that they are working hard to get the game out for PC, but it doesn?t mean that Quake Champions will be exclusive to the platform.
Willits said that iD Software loves console players too, and the action skill-based arena-style competition may hit consoles. Without giving any specific details about the Quake Champions console release, Willits told GameSpot, “We’re not totally shutting the door on consoles.” At this stage, the studio wants to make sure that the game will draw as many PC players as possible, and there are chances that the game will be available on PS4 and Xbox One in the near future.
“It’s a PC game. No excuses. No limitations. We’re going to focus on one platform,? Willits said during the interview. However, he emphasized that they?re open to the idea of making the game available on consoles.
The upcoming game will run on 120hz with a fully unlocked frame-rate. According to Willits, the game will run decently on systems with lower specs, and it will certainly deliver a great gaming experience on high-end devices.
During Bethesda?s E3 conference, the announcement of a new Quake game came out as a surprise for many. However, the publisher has not revealed the release date, and Willits said that the game will go through a very long beta before it launches. Regarding the gameplay, it has been confirmed that Quake Champions will bring many unique characters, and each of them will have their own unique abilities, so the players can enjoy the game in the way they want.
The studio has also confirmed QuakeCon 2016. The four-day event will start from August 4, so fans can expect more details about the game?s release, system requirements and gameplay there.