So Long as You Have a Decent Gaming PC, You’re Free to Play
Bethesda is looking to make a household name of the legendary shooter, Quake. Starting today, May 12, Quake Champions is jumping into its ‘large scale tech test.” That means anyone can sign up for the beta and automatically earn themselves a key.
Despite the fact that it’s categorized as a closed beta, Bethesda is promising keys to anyone who signs up. If you’re itching to enter the fray, you can sign up for your own beta code here. The download size is 9.2 GB while the install takes up 13 GB. Furthermore, for the duration of this tech test, all Non-disclosure agreements will be lifted. This is a surprise coming from Bethesda, but it means everyone is free to test, stream, and share content from Quake Champions.
We can now see how far Bethesda has come with their multiplayer game, pun intended. The publisher/developer is not particularly known for MP titles, but there’s always an opportunity for improvement. We’ll see how Saber Interactive performs in this case. And of course, you can do your part by testing the game and offering feedback. This beta phase lasts until May 21st.
Quake Champions is slated for a PC release later this year. See you in the beta.