Quake, the 26-year-old FPS, gets new accessibility options and maps


The 26-year-old video games don’t get updated very often, but this happened to the great software developer Earthquake. It’s a substantial update, too, with a bunch of new accessibility options, fixes, and three new Horde mode maps.

the new Access List It will appear automatically the first time you launch Quake after installing the update, and offers a range of options meant to make the game easier to see and hear. High Contrast mode turns the menu into white text on a black background (instead of the usual in-game overlay style), while the alternate typeface replaces Quake’s vibrant Gothic text with uppercase and uppercase.