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Quake Champions is Going to be on PC, Full Stop: Bethesda
Quake made its come back to the mainstream gaming scene in the form of Quake Champions. The game is coming to PC and Bethesda is hard at work making sure it is the best PC shooter to release in recent times. While most developers ignore PC version of the game, Quake Champions is a game PC, full stop!
Bethesda isn’t working on console versions which means every single element of the game will be properly optimized for PC.
According to Bethesda, Quake Champions is strictly a PC game. This strongly suggests that we may never see a console version.
But of course, never say never!
You know, Quake Champions, maybe anybody else would’ve been like, ‘No, you have to do it, and it’s got to work on every platform. We were like, ‘No, it’s a PC-only thing. It’s this kind of game. It’s got to have this kind of performance, and it’s going to be on PC full stop.’ We feel very comfortable in making those calls
I guess theoretically there’s a chance [it could come to consoles]. Who knows what future consoles look like? But this is full stop a PC product: 120Hz, unlocked frame rate. That’s the experience we want folks to have
Pete Hines also shared his thoughts about PlayStation 4 Neo and Project Scorpio. He believes that there is no harm in brining robust hardware to the market. However, it remains to be seen just how much impactful it would be in the console market.
Both PlayStation 4 Neo and Project Scorpio are expected to release next year. Both offer 4K gaming and improved hardware and software features compared their base models.