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QuakeCon pre-registration begins tomorrow

QuakeCon pre-registration opens tomorrow, and Bethesda has detailed this year's packages if you want to pay for some extra swag or access.

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Get your clicking fingers ready, because pre-registration begins tomorrow for this year's QuakeCon. As usual, the event will be free for general admission, but you can chip in some dollar bills for various tiers of goodies and special access.

The Bethesda Blog details the registration details. You'll want to jump to the registration site at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m EST to pre-register, particularly if you want one of the packages that's sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

The packages themselves should sound familiar to QuakeCon vets. The BYOC Select-a-Seat is $30 (1,500 available) and guarantees a seat of your choice in the BYOC area, plus a QuakeCon t-shirt. The Swag Pack is $40 (500 available) and nets you the QuakeCon shirt, along with a Dishonored shirt and a poster. Finally the QuakeCon Done Quick for $50 offers a reserve seat in the BYOC area, express lane passes for BYOC, panels, speakers, and public events, reserve seating, and a QuakeCon t-shirt.

QuakeCon is set to take place at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, TX, from Thursday Aug. 2-5.

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    April 24, 2012 8:15 AM

    Steve Watts posted a new article, QuakeCon pre-registration begins tomorrow.

    QuakeCon pre-registration opens tomorrow, and Bethesda has detailed this year's packages if you want to pay for some extra swag or access.

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      April 24, 2012 9:10 AM

      I wonder when the last one will be held. What's iD working on now?

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        April 24, 2012 3:01 PM

        Doom 4, allegedly. Bethesda insists that it's not cancelled.

        In terms of the PR speech from Hollenshead, it's going to be a really awkward QuakeCon. I'm sure that Id and Bethesda have (or are working on) a PR strategy to address the litany of questions that will fly after having released a game that criticially flopped, and was followed up with no post-release support beyond a couple of patches in six months.

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      April 24, 2012 9:55 AM

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