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Quake Episode Enyo

To celebrate the upcoming launch of Slave Zero X, Quake just released a free mod for all players titled Episode Enyo.

The mod includes five new maps, eight new weapons, 8 new music tracks, 248 new sound effects, and new enemies. It’s set before the events of Slave Zero X and follows the story of Enyo, an assassin who was originally contracted to kill the SovKhan, Slave Zero X’s tyrannical ruler, before being forced to serve him as the Second of the Five Calamities.

Here’s some additional information:


Bethesda has made new add-ons available for a couple of its classic Switch releases, with Doom (1993) and Doom II receiving SIGIL II while Quake players can access QDOOM.

SIGIL II is a free episode containing nine levels. John Romero, one of the co-founders of id Software, led the way on its development.

Quake update 1.7 Beyond Belief

The re-release of Quake has received a new 1.7 update on Switch, and it includes the Beyond Belief add-on.

Beyond Belief was first released in 1997 and was one of the game’s earliest mods. According to Bethesda, “it gained notoriety for its tough-but-fair gameplay and skillful difficulty curve”. The add-on is an eight-map adventure for all players to explore for free.

Quake update 1.6 Threewave Capture the Flag

A new 1.6 update has gone live for the original Quake on Switch, and it includes the Threewave Capture the Flag mod.

The mode maintains the mechanic of protecting your flag, stealing the enemy’s, and returning it to your own flag to score a point. However, power-up runes come into play to mix up the action. This version of Quake also includes an improved flag status and the maps have been visually updated.

Below are further details about the Quake 1.6 update featuring Threewave Capture the Flag:

quake update 1.5

A new 1.5 update has arrived for the Switch version of Quake. It contains new accessibility features, three new Horde Mode maps from MachineGames, quality-of-life improvements, and bug fixes.

The full patch notes for the Quake version 1.5 update are as follows:

Quake Copper

A few days ago, the re-release of Quake on Switch received a new Copper add-on. It can be accessed in the main menu.

Copper contains new maps in Underdark Overbright along with gameplay adjustments designed by the community. More information can be found below.

Nightdive Studios’ remastered version of the dark fantasy shooter Quake, originally developed by id Softwre, has received a whole host of new bloody content through the newly released Update 2, not only providing the usual bug fixes, but adding new features like a new add-on, named simply “Honey,” and an all-new Horde Mode, designed by Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus developers MachineGames, who also developed the new episodes exclusive to the renmaster.

Check out the extensive patch notes for yourself down below.

quake update

Bethesda has issued a first update for its recently-released Switch remaster for Quake. It comes with improvements to controls, the addition of bot support to multiple Deathmatch maps, improvements to bot functionality, and bug fixes.

Below are the full patch notes for the Quake update:

Footage has emerged for the brand new Switch version of Quake. Get a look at some footage showing the first-person shooter below.

Quake is currently up on the Switch eShop. For more on the game, head on over here. We also have information about an upcoming physical release here.


The classic first-person shooter Quake was just announced and released for Switch a short while ago. Although the initial launch took place on the eShop, physical versions are happening as well. Limited Run Games will be producing three versions.

Quake will have a standard physical release on Switch in addition to a “Deluxe Edition” and “Ultimate Edition”. Here’s what each includes:

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