Quake Champions :First Pro Quake Champions Tournament & Visor Champion Profile
By Jonathan Balofsky On 10 May, 2017 At 07:09 PM | Categorized As PC Games, ROG News | With 0 Comments

Bethesda has announced details for the first Quake Champions pro tournament


At this year’s Quakecon, Aug 24-27 in Dallas, TX, Bethesda will host the first esports tournament for Quake Champions in both Duel and the new 4v4 team-based mode, Sacrifice. The first Qualifiers for this Tournament will be held in June, so we encourage players interested in competing to join the “Large Scale Tech Test” that will run from this Friday, May 12 through May 21 to begin practicing and developing strategies. Players should head to www.Quake.com to sign-up to play immediately.

As well, they released the champion profile for Visor

Visor Champion Profile

Now – let’s turn our attention to Visor. Another veteran Champion returning from the bloody halls of Quake 3 Arena, this cybernetic clone is as cold as the Russian winters of his youth. His mutilated body — impervious to panic or pain — is the result of attempts by Moscow’s GRU to create the perfect infantry; his grafted mask is filled with putrefied blood that allows him to see through matter with his Piercing Sight Active Ability. And he has unlimited speed with his Passive Ability. That’s a vicious combination for Deathmatch and an absolute killer in Duel.


CHAMPION PROFILE: Visor – Cybernetic Clone


Starting Statistics:

  • Starting Health: 125
  • Starting Armor: 25
  • Speed: 300


Active Ability – Piercing Sight: You can’t hide from Visor. Using his Piercing Sight Active Ability, Visor can briefly see through all matter, glimpsing foes as outlines running behind walls. You might think you’re sneaking up on Visor, but he’s probably waiting for you with a tasty Rail Gun gift. ???? ????????!


Passive Ability – Grasshopper: Speed kills. Are you sick of all those psychotic Anarkis hoverboarding around the Arenas, turning it “up to eleven” all over your face? Visor’s Passive evens the playing field. Grasshopper allows Visor to continually gain speed when strafe-jumping – with no cap. Skilled players will be able to keep up with anyone, even that drug-addled freak.


Quake Champions is looking extremely interesting. It isn’t Quake as we know it, but it also isn’t exactly an Overwatch clone, but instead a new take on the deathmatch shooter genre. The game has a lot of potential and may just be a surprise hit.


Source: PR Email


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