If a game that qualifies itself to be an e-sports title, wants to stay popular and active during several years, then it is not just up to the game. Loads of fansites have been made, ours among one of them, to support this game and the communities that play the game. An important part of Read More
In case you’re not online everyday to play Quake Live, and hardly get the time to do anything except checking your email, at least the one mail it should contain is the newest gossip about Quake Live, and for now that’s Siberia, the 2nd map of “6 new maps in 6 weeks”. “Siberia” is a Read More
A couple hours ago, ID Software revealed on twitter that their ‘6 weeks 6 maps’ campaign was about to kick off no sooner than this Monday 18th ! The first new map is called “Hidden Fortress” and should be suitable for 6-10 players games in TDM, CA and FFA formats. The map was one of Read More
April’s Fool is all about playing a prank on somebody or do something funny. idsoftware did exactly that and created a special splash screen visible only when visiting quakelive.com for the first time during an active browser session. For those who missed it – hiding in the basement trying to dodge lame jokes huh? – Read More
Well, it seems Quake Live is more popular than idsoftware expected it to be, as Todd Hollenshead was so impressed by the sheer number of signups for the closed and open beta of Quake Live that they are even thinking about porting other games like QuakeWars and ET to the browser platform. Todd Hollenshead The Read More
IGA Worldwide, the company providing the in-game advertising for Quake Live, is struggling with funding due to the continuing global depression.
You’ve been asking for it since day one of the Closed Beta. John Carmack has been listening. In an interview with joystiq he let the world know that support for the other two operating systems was “pretty high on [his] priority list”. He went on to say that he hopes that they’ll be able to Read More
As reported earlier this week, the Quake Live open beta is released today! The Quake Live closed beta website permanently shut down about 36 hours ago to prepare for the grand opening. All we could see these last few hours was a timer, slowly counting down to 0.
A lot of questions remained unanswered. The id software developers have done a great job teasing the community during the closed beta. Right before the site went offline, we were able to find a forum post by the developers, revealing very interesting information. Read More
Today, February 20th 2009, exactly one year since the closed beta for Quake Live was launched, id software announces they will soon start the open beta fase of the Quake Live project. The exact date planned for the public release is 24th of February, which from today is in exactly 4 days. Open beta consequences Read More
It’s been nearly 1,5 years since the Quake Live project was announced during the 2007 Quakecon event, and a lot has happened since that day.
Today however it seems like Quake Live has reached a new milestone in it’s development. Read More