id Software has launched a new update of its free-to-play first person shooter Quake Live along with opening up the features for its paid Premium level from now until Sunday, May 6th.
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A few weeks before the launch of the 2011 edition of QuakeCon, the organizers of the free LAN event have admitted that its official forums were the subject of a hacker attack. The official QuakeCon...
The success of id Software's Quake Live open beta has been so tremendous that the developer is considering working on a free browser version of Wolfenstein Enemy Territory. Quake Live is a free version of...