Quake Champions has left Steam Early Access

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Quake Champions (opens in new tab), the free-to-play spin on Quake’s landmark multiplayer shooting, has officially left Steam Early Access. The game, which melds the gib-splattering, rocket-jumping FPS fun of the original Quake with more modern “hero”-style characters, each of whom has their own special abilities they can deploy across the course of a match, was originally launched in 2017, co-developed by id Software and Saber interactive.

Champions has been updated fairly frequently over the last five years, with new maps (opens in new tab)and playable champions added to the existing roster, alongside a few new features such as the ability to play against bots (opens in new tab). Considering the length of time the game has been in development, however, it’s not a huge amount of new content, perhaps reflecting the fact that Champions never saw the riotous success of other character-led shooters like Apex Legends.



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