A current main replace for the improved model of Quake introduced quite a few modifications to the sport, together with improved analog enter on controllers, purpose smoothing, and varied different common tweaks. Nonetheless, one element that wasn’t highlighted is that it is now doable to play the sport utilizing mouse and keyboard controls on consoles, together with Nintendo Swap.
As tweeted by idTechpics (beneath), one Reddit person confirmed the Nintendo Swap model set as much as absolutely help mouse and keyboard controls by way of the dock’s USB ports. Within the picture the Swap is docked, with the participant buying and selling out a Professional Controller in favour of the sport’s authentic management scheme.
We have examined this ourselves with a wi-fi keyboard and mouse, and it really works fairly seamlessly. On Swap particularly, it is an ususual characteristic, with only a few video games providing native help for keyboard and mouse (with on of the few other notable examples being Hypnospace Outlaw).
Quake supporting keyboard and mouse on Nintendo Switchhttps://t.co/ulJqox70HP pic.twitter.com/ca5QFNyRUC
— Powered by id Tech (@idTechpics) October 11, 2021
A remastered model of Quake was initially revealed again in August throughout QuakeCon following a leak. The sport then launched the exact same day for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Swap in addition to Xbox Sport Cross. As of October 12, the video games have additionally been upgraded for PS5 and Xbox Collection X/S, providing 4K, 120 frames per second play.
The improved model of Quake comes with the sport’s authentic expansions, The Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity in addition to together with MachineGames’ Dimension of the Previous replace, which was launched to have a good time the franchise’s twentieth anniversary. For gamers searching for a brand new problem, the improved version additionally included a second enlargement referred to as Dimension of the Machine.
Jared Moore is a contract author for IGN. You possibly can comply with him on Twitter.