Quake 2 Remastered has been rated in South Korea, which suggests that Bethesda has plans to release a remake of the game. And it seems that the South Korean Game Administration and Classification Committee has qualified Quake 2 Remastered, making clear the intentions of Bethesda to bring the title back to the marketbut this time, with an improved version of the second installment of the Quake shooter saga.
In this way, and as it already happened with the original Quake for its 25th anniversary, Quake 2 will receive a remastering. For those who don’t know the Quake saga, it is a first-person shooter franchise in which the military has created a series of dimensional portals. One of these portals ends up connecting to a world infested with demons, which initiates an invasion by demons that ends with us in the skin of the last survivor of a battalion, with the sole objective of ending the greatest of all Damn, Quake.
Quake 2 Remastered has been rated in South Korea
From that point, one of the universes of the most prolific demon-slaying shooters in the industry originated, seeing how up to 7 installments came into our hands, not counting the remake of the original. Now it’s the turn of this second installment that takes us to a new world and fight against a new race, the stroggs. With this new version, we hope to see the improvements we saw in the first installmentsuch as resolutions up to 4K, support for widescreens and the typical improvements of sawtooth smoothing, depth of field, etc.
Just we have to wait for the announcement of Quake 2 Remastered to become official by Bethesda, and find out if they already have a date chosen for its launch or if, on the contrary, we will have to wait even longer to have it in our hands. Either way, QuakeCon returns this year on August 10-13, so we may have more news during the event.