Bethesda has revealed the Quakecon 2022 schedule and lineup. It appears to include the anticipated Redfall. The show kicks off at 19:00 CAT on the 18 August and will once again be a streaming-only event. Quakecon 2022 kicks off with id Software’s Marty Stratton opening show.
The event itself, according to the schedule, will focus on titles such as Redfall, The Elder Scrolls Online, Fallout 76, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Quake, and more. Bethesda has also promised fans that we should expect “special appearances from developers and other personalities” which is typically par for the course for these kinds of events.
The event will also play host to the 2022 Quake Pro League World Championship where 13 Quake Pro League players and 11 Qualifiers will face each other in a double-elimination 24-person system for the World Championship belt. The event will also feature a Quiz-a-Thon Game Show, interactive fundraising shows as well as the famous Dirty Keyboard Contest, apart from the focus on upcoming and current Bethesda games that are on the way.
QuakeCon is a global online event that will bring the fun and comradery of QuakeCon to your home. We’re excited to celebrate QuakeCon with livestreams featuring updates on existing and upcoming games, tournaments, charity fundraising, musical performances, giveaways, celebrity streams, developer panels and more. Check out the schedule below for all of the QuakeCon streams and activities running throughout the weekend across our global channels.
Quakecon 2022 Schedule and Lineup
The full schedule can be seen below. All times listed in the image are ET. South Africa is six hours ahead of ET time so whatever time you see here, add six hours to it and that’s when you can watch the specific show. You can tune into everything at Quakecon 2022 here.
QuakeCon has been running since 1996 and is a celebration of id Software and Bethesda titles which is also accompanied by a local LAN party for players to battle each other in competitive titles. Typically, the event sees upwards of 10 000 attendees and the decision to move to digital was implemented in 2019 as a response to the pandemic.