Quake Live is a browser based free-to-play version of the classic FPS Quake III Arena that has been out of beta for a year. In a recent interview with VG24/7 id CEO Todd Hollenshead discussed what hasn't gone right.
Bummed that you can't make it to Dallas this weekend to hang with Kotaku at QuakeCon 2010? Quake Live TV will be bringing you live coverage of all the major tournaments, so all you'll need is a cardboard Totilo cutout.
The makers of free-to-play shooter Quake Live are putting a price on the web-based shooter, offering both "Premium" and "Pro" subscription options for FPS fans. The good news is that you still don't have to play to play Quake Live.
Fans of Quake Live's brand of free web-based fragging can enjoy some Santa-style gib giving over the next few weeks, as the online shooter offers a Christmas-themed update in the form of a new map and new skins.
What started as a lark, playing around with an operating system that would allow Doom creator John Carmack to quickly produce portables games, has become a thriving business, the famed developer tells Kotaku.
Quake Live's open beta is blowing away id Software's expectations, so much so the developer is considering working on a free, web browser version of Quake Enemy Territories, said id's Todd Hollenshead.