Quake Live standalone client released, remains free-to-play

Friday, 10th January 2014 17:34 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Bethesda has announced that the standalone Quake Live client which was announced in November has been released. The game remains
free-to-play and offers extended access and features to members with Premium and Pro accounts. Pro subscribers may now host matches for standard users on all seven Premium game modes, including Freeze Tag and Domination. Players who already have the game installed need only to download and install a small launcher, and it will update your existing installation files. More information as well as an FAQ can be found through here.



  1. TheWulf

    This is a good idea. I hope it’s moddable though, or the original Quake III will still be better. Honestly, Unreal Tournament is more my scene, and I’ve not loved a multiplayer shooter more than the original UT with either Apocalypse Weapons or ChaosUT.

    I miss those laughing grenades which would chase you around.

    #1 7 months ago

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