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20 years ago, Quake set new standards for multiplayer competition and pushed the boundaries for graphics and gameplay. Developed by id Software and Saber Interactive, the fast, skill-based arena-style competition that turned the original Quake games into multiplayer legends is making a triumphant return with Quake Champions.

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