E3 2018 -- Join The Quake Champions Free-To-Play Trial And Stay F2P Forever
If you'd like to get in on Bethesda's oddly free-to-play Quake Champions early, now's your chance. The company announced the launch of the F2P Trial limited time event at its E3 Showcase. The 7 day event kicked off Sunday night after the press conference and will run until June 17.
Players who participate in the event will continue to have free access to the game after it concludes, however as noted in an earlier article posted on this site it's going to be limited. Players will have access to all maps and modes currently available in early access but the only available Champion will be the Ranger. To obtain any other champions -- current or new -- players will need to purchase the Champions pack. The pack generally costs $29.99 but is getting a slight discount during the trial event to $19.71.
Anyone wanting to hop into the trial can download the F2P version via Bethesda or Steam. No registration or codes are needed.
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