ezQuake — Modern QuakeWorld Client
This is the right place to start playing QuakeWorld® — the fastest first person shooter action game ever.
Combining the features of all modern QuakeWorld® clients, ezQuake makes QuakeWorld® easier to start and play. The immortal first person shooter Quake® in the brand new skin with superb graphics and extremely fast gameplay.
- Modern graphics
- QuakeTV support
- Rich menus
- Multiview support
- Tons of features to serve latest pro-gaming needs
- Built in server browser & MP3 player control
- Recorded games browser
- Customization of all possible graphics elements of the game including Heads Up Display
- All sorts of scripting possibilities
- Windows, Linux, MacOSX and FreeBSD platforms supported (SDL2).
Our client comes only with bare minimum of game media. If you want to experience ezQuake with modern graphics and other additional media including custom configurations, maps, textures and more, try using the nQuake-installer.
Need help with using ezQuake? Visit us on IRC at QuakeNet, channel #ezQuake: webchat or IRC.
Sometimes help from other users of ezQuake might be more useful to you so you can also try visiting the quakeworld.nu Client Talk-forums.
If you have found a bug, please report it here
To play Quakeworld you need the files pak0.pak and pak1.pak from the original Quake-game.
Install ezQuake to an existing Quake-installation
If you have an existing Quake-installation simply extract the ezQuake executable into your Quake-directory.
A typical error message when installing ezQuake into a pre-existing directory is about glide2x.dll missing. To get rid of this error, remove the file opengl32.dll from your Quake directory.
Upgrade an nQuake-installation
If you have a version of nQuake already installed you can upgrade ezQuake by extracting the new executable into the nQuake-directory.
Minimal clean installation
If you want to make a clean installation of ezQuake you can do this by following these steps:
- Create a new directory
- Extract the ezQuake-executable into this directory
- Create a subdirectory called id1
- Copy pak0.pak and pak1.pak into this subdirectory
Nightly builds for Windows can be found here