Quake II Comes To Modern Consoles

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Quake II was originally released in 1997 and today got another chance on modern hardware. I personally prefer playing retro games on modern hardware. It allows me to play the greats with the least amount of headaches.

This release contains the single player game as well as the officially released expansions. Another bonus is the native widescreen at 1080p at 60 frames per second (FPS). The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S get a 120 FPS boost.

Choose Your Destiny

I will probably play it on Xbox, but that is only because of GamePass.


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