Memento_Mori and myT have released version 0.1 of their 2D Demo Viewer called U2DDV (Uber 2D Demo Viewer). The first release of their nifty piece of software has support for duel, TDM, CTF and CA modes, but only a select number of maps are supported with proper 2D visualization. Other maps will have a gray background, but I have no doubt this will be addressed in the future.
Id Software released an update today that requires you to reinstall the plugin. Just giving you a heads-up. As usual a few premium maps have been added, one of which some of you might remember quite well from the Christmas period: Distant Screams .This is a stripped down Silent Night. The second map that has been added is a duel map named Toxicity.
Some of the other changes that are notable are Read More
It’s that time of year again, where people gather together, share precious moments and blast each other to pieces. Yes I’m talking about the Quake Live Winter Holiday season, those few weeks where we have Christmas-tinted maps. For the second time around, Silent Night is being spawned all over the place, but it’s not only CTF that’s treated to a winter map, also oldskool map The Edge sees the light of day, and may I say a very bright light since it has many cute decorations, aimed to cheer you up while gibbing or freezing opponents. And not just that, you can do it as Santa himself!
HO HO HO! *BLAM* 🙂 Read More
Wow, it’s already November and that means the 4th content update!
SyncErrorTwo new arenas, 20 new premium awards and our first of many advanced server options!
What he doesn’t highlight at first is that yesterday’s update also involved a needed back-end update regarding the Quake Live database, which no doubt should affect website performance, especially concerning profile requesting and statistics.
But let’s see what Quake Live has in stock for us this month: Read More
Here it is: the update roundup.
I will try to explain and highlight what changed in the past year, besides the fact Quake Live went out of beta of course!
Hopefully you will find this roundup useful and discover new things that were put in the game. Read More
Not too long ago – September 28th: content and skill matching – Quake Live got it’s 1st content update pack with 4 additional maps. Alas, no CTF map present there, but rejoice as Finnegan’s has made the cut. Besides Finnegan’s – better known to old-school Quake players as W3 – 3 other maps and a series of game changes are live since today’s update.
So let’s go over the worth-mentioning things in the October update: Read More
I don’t really repeat the QL newspage that often. Since you are a fan of Quake Live, you should read them all on the Quake Live website anyway, but sometimes it’s worthy to repeat and mention the key points that make this update more valuable to the players than others.
New content and improved skill matching! Read More
For a good week now, Quake Live has matured out of its beta state!
What does this mean for you, the player?
Lots of things, because now you can choose to play as you were, free of charge, on everything you had so far, or subscribe to a Premium or Pro account and get more out of this amazing game! Read More
id Software changed its update process a while ago to a weekly update cycle set on every Tuesday. While some updates aren’t really worth mentioning, there are some features added that deserve their share of attention. I will list some of them here with a short explanation of why you should take a look at these features. Read More
The Electronic Sports World Cup organization is back on their feet.
Earlier this year, Games-Services, the French company that hosted the ESWC’s went bankrupt and as such, all activities concerning ESWC ceased as well. A grave hit for the eSports community. But in 2010 the ESWC will be reborn! Read More