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Quake Achievement Guide

Quake Achievement Guide

Welcome to our Quake Achievement Guide. “You’re not supposed to be here!” Achievement guide in one screenshot. Quake 2021 Major Update!

You’re not Supposed to be Here!

Instructions:

  1. Launch Quake.
  2. Go to “Single Player” > “Level Select” > Select the EPISODE as “Scourge of Armagon”, MAP as “HIP3M1: Tue Torment” and set the DIFFICULTY as Easy then Start.
  3. As the mission starts, go right, press a button to call a rail-lift. Watch out for an enemy standing on it, just kill him.
  4. Hop in, re-call it again to lift off BUT make sure to jump on the roof behind you then jump on rock, the message will appears as “You found a secret area!”.
  5. Follow the screenshot below that guides you with more details.

About the Quake Game

Quake is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by GT Interactive in 1996. It is the very first video game in the Quake series. In the game, gamers need to discover their method through numerous maze-like, middle ages environments while fighting a range of beasts utilizing a range of weaponry. The overall environment is dark and gritty, with lots of stone textures and a rusty, capitalized font. Quake likewise takes heavy inspiration from gothic fiction and the works of H.P. Lovecraft.

The follower to id Software’s Doom series, Quake built on the technology and gameplay of its predecessor. Unlike the Doom engine before it, the Quake engine provided complete real-time 3D making and had early support for 3D acceleration through OpenGL. After Doom helped to popularize multiplayer deathmatches in 1993, Quake included numerous multiplayer choices. Online multiplayer ended up being progressively typical, with the QuakeWorld update and software such as QuakeSpy making the process of finding and playing against others on the Internet simpler and more reputable. Quake likewise included music made up by Trent Reznor and his band, Nine Inch Nails.

Regardless of receiving vital acclaim, Quake’s advancement was controversial in the history of id Software. Due to creative distinctions and a lack of leadership, the majority of the team left the business after the game’s release, including co-founder John Romero.

A remastered version of Quake was developed by Nightdive Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks and was released for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S consoles in August 2021, consisting of the original game’s prolonged content and 2 brand-new episodes developed by MachineGames.

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