id execs say the game isn't presentable enough to be shown at the annual frag-fest.
Besides addressing the hardcore gaming element in his latest column, CNN/Money correspondent Chris Morris also revealed some disappointing but unsurprising news. For the third year since it was announced at the event, Quake IV will be a no-show at QuakeCon.
Talking to Morris, id CEO Todd Hollenshead said there were "no plans" to show the game, which is being co-developed by Raven Software (Hexen, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy). Lead designer Tim Willits was more talkative. "We've been happy with what [Raven has] done, but it's too early to show," he said.
News source: GameSpot