After the Remastered version of Quake was initially only played over the downward compatibility with the New Generation Console Playstation 5 or Xbox Series X / S, an update this week delivered native support for the new consoles.
Offered technical improvements on the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X / S includes a support of 120fps and a dynamic 4K resolution. As it turned out about the release of the said update, with this another feature, which was surprisingly not received in the official changelog. The speech is from the support of the mouse and the keyboard on the consoles.
Players with a gamepad stay under themselves
From now on, the new edition of Quake can be played on all platforms very classically with the mouse and the keyboard. Even on the switch, as a snapshot shared by the developers of ID software shows. However, it must be pointed out at this point that, for the use of the mouse and the keyboard, you can of course land in appropriate CrossSplay lobbies for reasons of fairness when you set this type of control.
on the subject : Quake Remastered: PS5 version incl. 120fps and free upgrade is ready
Players who make the arenas of Quake with the Gaming Controller uncertain, remain among themselves. One step through which a fair competition should be guaranteed. Finally, players who are traveling with the combination of mouse and keyboard, both in the aiming and in the reaction times a not to be underestimated advantage.
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