At QuakeCon over the weekend, Bethesda and id Software announced that Quake Champions has launched into Free-To-Play, meaning that if you have been waiting for this, the wait is now over.
"Our free-to-play test at E3 saw more than a million players test their skill with Quake Champions, and the feedback we received from our community has helped us get to this point -- launching our free version for everyone," said Tim Willits, Studio Director, id Software. "Quake Champions brings all of the intense gameplay and skill-based action that millions of fans have loved for decades, along with exciting new additions and twists, and provides it to anyone, all for free. And what better place to launch Quake Champions for free than at QuakeCon, a gathering of thousands of our most diehard fans, and with a major esports tournament with the best FPS players in the world."
The free-to-play version of Quake Champions comes with two Champions, Ranger and Scalebearer, with additional Champions available for purchase or to earn by spending in-game rewards. Free players can choose to upgrade to the Champions Pack at any time - a special early adopter bundle that includes all 14 current Champions, as well as all future Champions, and additional in-game rewards.