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ID: 217788

URL: https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/13/22723961/quake-ps5-xbox-series-x-s-remaster-120fps-4k-upgrade-play-anywhere-dualsense-support

Date: 2021-10-13

Quake remaster is now 4K 120fps on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

The next-gen upgrade for this years Quake remaster, which adds support for up to 4K / 120fps gameplay, is now available for the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. The upgrade is available for free, according to Bethesda, and theres no time limit to redeem it. The PC version of the game isnt getting the upgrade, since it already supports 4K / 120fps. As well as the framerate improvements, the upgrade also adds support for the PS5 Dualsense controllers adaptive triggers and integrated speaker. Meanwhile, Xbox players get Play Anywhere support, a Microsoft technology that means ownership of the game and progress automatically carries over to its PC version. The upgrade process is a little different for the PlayStation and Xbox. Xbox owners should see the upgrade installed automatically thanks to Microsofts Smart Delivery system, and any existing saves should carry over. Meanwhile, on PS5, players will need to download the upgraded game via the games hub or PlayStation Store, and Bethesda provides instructions for how to do so over on its blog. PS4 saves cannot transfer to the PS5 version of the game, Bethesda says.