Id Software is "committed" to Quake Champions fans
They will take your opinions into account to create the best action game possible.
Open the registration period to participate in the closed beta testing phase of the promising Quake Champions, the director of Id Software has ensured that the top priority of this legendary studio is to listen to the suggestions of the fans to make its new shooter the best possible multiplayer action video game.
"Very soon we are going to start the closed beta, so the sooner you register, the better your chances of joining it," Tim Willits said in an interview with the GameReactor portal. Asked how many people will enjoy this trial period, he confirms that they will start with "a small group, and then it will grow."
"We want to do everything from testing the servers, to loading times, to game modes, to character balancing; we are truly committed to listen to our fans during the beta ", adds the creative." We have already had test sessions with some of our players and they have made significant changes in the base of the game based on their opinions, so we want to continue with this in our closed beta ".
Id Software is clear that Quake Champions is going to be a long-term video game. "We will continue to add things during the beta, and even after the game is available," says Willits, as he sees his new job as more like "a service, a living game, so we want to continually add new champions, levels, modes. game and more options for viewers. The video game will continue to evolve after its launch, because we want people to grow with us and with the game itself. "
If you are interested in participating in the Quake Champions beta, you can register through its official website. It was recently confirmed that the video game will bet on the free-to-play business model, giving access to all its contents without having to pay a single penny.