We also saw the newest maps, characters, and weapons for Quake
At todayâ€™s Bethesdaâ€™s E3 2017 Press conference, it was announced thatÂ there’s going to be another Quake Championship in Dallas, Texas, harkening back to e-sports of old.
Fans of the fast-paced shooter were given a plethora of new content to keep them busy ahead of Quake Championship being held on August 26.
First off, we got a glimpse of the new Lock Box Arena, a compact level that is littered with traps for players to take advantage or fall victim to. We also had a chance to see Blood Run and the Corrupted Keep during the conference as well.
We also got to see a cross-over between the new Wolfenstein title and Quake Champions, as BJ Blazkowicz becomes the latest Champion players can use in the game. BJâ€™s special ability comes in the shape of being able to duel-wield any two weapons, including the all new Tri-Bolt gun.
Players can gain access to the closed beta now by visiting the Quake website; it should give you enough time to put in the practice youâ€™ll need to be a serious contender at this yearâ€™s revivalÂ of Quake Championship on August 26, players will get a chance to take part in a massive tournament that includes a chance to win a portion of the $1 million money pool prize.