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Exclusive FPS First-Looks at QuakeCon

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id Software and Activision announced today that the multiplayer features for QUAKE 4 will be revealed at the this year's QuakeCon.

As well as showing the new QUAKE featuers, QuakeCon 2005 will also be the first to show DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil for the Xbox.

The multiplayer side of QUAKE 4 will focus and improve upon the speed and style that was mastered in QUAKE III Arena and will have all the standard multiplayer modes including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Arena, CTF and Tournament and will allow players to fight for either the Strogg or Marine teams.

QuakeCon will also be giving fans an exclusive first look at the DOOM 3 expansion for the Xbox. Resurrection of Evil will be a stand-alone expansion for the console and will feature an updated story as well as new levels, monsters and weapons.

This is the QuakeCon's tenth year and is currently the largest and most notable video game celebration and tournament in the United States. It is said that it will be seeing over 6,000 attendees and is being held in Grapevine, Texas at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center from August 11-14.

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