For this week only, Quake Champions is open to all through a trial of its new free-to-play version, and if you get involved, you can stick around and keep playing even after it closes.
That’s the latest news from publisher Bethesda’s E3 showcase, as announced by Quake Champions community manager Joshua Boyle. Highlighting Quake’s two decades of competitive play and hailing it the world’s first esport, Boyle announced more grassroots and pro competitions at QuakeCon and Dreamhack Winter, offering more avenues for more players to get into the competitive scene.
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