Quake 4 gets re-released on Xbox 360 for $20 on June 19th

By c_rake, Posted 11 Apr 2012

It's been almost seven years since Quake 4 was released on PC and Xbox 360, which served as a launch title for the latter. Now Besthesda plans to push the game back out to retail, the publisher announced today.



On June 19th, the Raven Software developed shooter will arrive on store shelves again at the low price of $19.99 -- the same as the Steam version. A similar price will be set in the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Benelux well.

You could, of course, track down a used copy through a store like GameStop for around $4.99, but it's not easy to find these days. So, really, this is your best shot if you've been desperately trying to find a 360 copy of Quake 4.

Callum Rakestraw, NoobFeed.

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