Quake PS5 Free Upgrade Now Live, Adds 4K Resolution and 120 FPS

Quake Free PS5 Upgrade

The free PS5 upgrade for Quake is available now. Anybody who purchased the PlayStation 4 version of the game can now upgrade to the native PlayStation 5 version for free. The only catch is there’s a temporary issue preventing PS5 players from accessing the Quake 64 add-on, although the team is currently working on finding a solution.

The native PlayStation 5 version of Quake offers 4K maximum resolution, 120 fps, and DualSense controller features like Adaptive Triggers and integrated speaker support. Players can purchase Quake PS5 directly from the PlayStation Store now. Alternatively, those who own the PS4 version can upgrade to Quake PS5 for free following one of the two methods below:

Quake PS5 Upgrade

Method 1: Via the Game Hub

  • Navigate to the Games menu on the PlayStation 5 home screen and select the Quake game hub

  • Select the (…) overflow menu and select “PS5|Full|Quake PS5 Upgrade”

  • The PlayStation 5 version will start downloading

  • You will receive a system notification after the PlayStation 5 version has installed

  • Once the PlayStation 5 version is fully installed, you will see a “Play Game” button on the game hub

Method 2: Via the PlayStation Store

  • From your PlayStation 5, search the PlayStation Store for “Quake”

  • You will see the word “Purchased” on the PlayStation 5 product tile for Quake

  • Select the PlayStation 5 tile to launch the product page, then select “Download”

  • The PlayStation 5 version will start downloading

  • You will receive a system notification after the PlayStation 5 version has installed

  • Once the PlayStation 5 version is fully installed, you will see a “Play Game” button on the game hub

This remastered version of Quake includes the original game and two of the original expansions, The Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity. There’s also MachineGames’ Dimension of the Past expansion previously only available on Steam and a brand new Dimension of the Machine expansion. Finally, there’s a variety of “free, curated, fan-made and official mods and missions” including the Quake 64 add-on. Unfortunately the Quake 64 add-on is currently unavailable on PS5 due to a technical issue, although Bethesda says they “apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience while we work on resolving this issue.”

[Source: Bethesda]



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