What you need to know
- QuakeCon 2020 was canceled earlier this year to the global pandemic.
- Today, Bethesda announced a replacement event: QuakeCon at Home.
- There will be tournaments, livestreams and some "fun secrets."
While QuakeCon 2020 was canceled earlier this year due to the ongoing pandemic, Bethesda isn't giving up on having a fan focused event. Today, Bethesda announced QuakeCon at Home, an online event aiming to run from August 7 through August 9.
Details are currently vague but the event is set to include tournaments, livestreams, charity fundraising and some "fun secrets."
This year we’re celebrating @QuakeCon @ Home. Join us for a global online event taking place August 7-9, including livestreams, tournaments, charity fundraising, and a few fun secrets. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks! pic.twitter.com/84ai33i7ti— Bethesda (@bethesda) June 25, 2020
It's possible that we could see the first campaign DLC for Doom Eternal here. Two DLC packs are coming and right now, all we have are a couple of screenshots to speculate on. QuakeCon at Home would be the perfect place to learn more.
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