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Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:40

QuakeCon 2013 dates confirmed

Written by David Stellmack

Dallas, Texas from August 1st thru 4th

QuakeCon number 18, or QuakeCon 2013, has been confirmed by id Software and Bethesda as coming to the Hilton Hotel in Dallas, Texas starting August 1st and running through August 4th. As always, admission will be free and the LAN party will be rocking with one of the largest BYOC areas in North America.

As for the extras, Bethesda will be showing off some upcoming titles for the first time; but no word if id Software will be showing off Doom 4 for the first time or not. Attendees will have the chance to play some of these games, but no word yet on what games we will see.

Book your travel soon, as it always fills up fast.

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