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    Quake 4

    [B]Realizing that Quake 4 is officially in development and that its using the Doom 3 engine, I wonder just how different the game is going to look compared to Doom 3. Both games will be taking place in futuristic high tech worlds. I think ID said that Quake 4 will have the same settings as Quake 2. Does anybody have any new details or predictions as to how Quake 4 will end up? Also I hope ID will redeam themselves in the multiplayer department with Quake 4. :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang:

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    More importantly, WHY is it at development at Raven???

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    Yeah really, you would figure a franchise as important as Quake would be handled directly by ID. I guess those guys need a break.

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    From what I've been able to learn, Quake 4 picks up where the Quake 2 storyline ended. That's a major plus, in my opinion. I've never found the "tournament" games very interesting.
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