Quake Live, the popular first person shooter made by id Software will be making its way to Steam “very, very soon.”
Quake live, which was originally designed to run on x86 based computers that used Linux, Windows or Mac OS X via web browsers plug-ins, was re-released last year as a standalone title only for Microsoft Windows.
Now, via keynote, developers have confirmed that the game will embrace Steam so that it can become more accessible to the fans.
Currently, the game is free to download and play, however, there are some subscription options that will allow you to play in more arenas, try out new game types and game server options.
In the game, you are tasked to frag more opponents than any other player or team, as you explore the 3D maps and shoot your enemies with variety of guns available at your disposal.
In addition to that, you are also given health, armor, ammo and numerous power-ups during the match so that you can stay longer in the game and create more impact.
As you progress through Quake Live, you will gain new tricks and techniques that will allow you to get the upper hand on the opponents.
Currently, there is no release date for Quake Live Steam release, but it looks like that it will be coming sooner rather than later.