Quake 2 Remaster Released, Includes New Single-Player Expansion, Cross-Play And More

During QuakeCon 2023, executive producer Marty Stratton and game director Hugo Martin announced that the 1997 shooter Quake 2 had been ported to modern consoles with updated graphics, cross-play, and much more.

Quake 2 will still have all of its original features, such as the single-player campaign, expansions that include Mission Pack: The Reckoning and Mission Pack: Ground Zero, multiplayer maps, and the soundtrack by Sonic Mayhem, along with the original Nintendo 64 port. On top of that, Quake 2 will have widescreen support, online cross-play co-op/multiplayer with couch co-op/multiplayer, a new single-player expansion, and performance updates.

Those playing on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 can play at 60fps 1080p, while Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 players can play it in 4K at 120fps. PlayStation 4 players can play in 4K if using a PS4 Pro. Both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users will have the option to enable gyroscopic controls. This allows them to use motion aiming to adjust the control sticks while playing.

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