Earlier today, age ratings seemingly leaked some sort of Quake title making its way to PlayStation 5 and PS4. There have been rumours of a remaster, and that's kind of exactly what we've got. The original Quake has surprise released today, 19th August, on PS4, with a PS5 version coming later.

Available for $9.99/£7.99, this is the game those of a certain age will remember from the 90s, only it's had quite a big spruce up for modern systems. Running at up to 4K on PS4 Pro, the game's visuals have received an overhaul, with improved models, dynamic lighting, anti-aliasing, and more. It includes the original campaign as well as the two expansion packs, The Scourge of Armagon and Dissolution of Eternity.

What's most exciting, perhaps, are two brand new expansions from MachineGames, makers of the recent Wolfenstein titles. Titled Dimension of the Past and Dimension of the Machine, the latter is an all-new adventure, which is pretty neat. Then there's online and local multiplayer, so you can engage in some old-school co-op and competitive modes with dedicated servers. To top it off, the game features crossplay and mod support.

It seems like a very solid package for the price — the question will be whether it all holds up in 2021. Will you be playing Quake on PS4? Tell us in the comments section below.