Remember Quake? The first person shooter that scared you a little bit or more than that when it came out in the mid nineties or something? That very game has got a remastered version. No, it won’t be correct to say that. Actually, the game version of Quake which is already present on Steam has been upgraded with enhanced visuals. If you have the game already in your library then check it out once as the enhanced edition can be downloaded for free by the owners of the nineties’ classic shooter. Also, you can still play the old, classic version if you want.
Broadly speaking, the graphic upgrade means that there is improved lighting, new models, updated maps and a dynamic shadow system that have been introduced into the game. The individual features of the enhanced graphics can be turned on and off.
Are there any other benefits apart from the remastered visuals? Microsoft and Bethesda promise so. As per the Steam description, the enhanced version of the game comes with cross-play support, dedicated servers for online deathmatch matchmaking, free optional add-ons, split-screen support for local deathmatch and co-op plus AI opponents in deathmatch, etc.
The enhanced edition of Quake comes with the two expansion packs of the game: Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity. They come integrated into the main game. Dimension of the Past, the other expansion pack, has also been upgraded and included with the enhanced version.
Also, with the remaster, the original soundtrack by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails is now included on all versions for the first time. The Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity expansion pack sounds will also play when you play the expansion packs.
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