• QuakeCon At Home kicks off on Aug. 19
  • The all-digital event will run until Aug. 21
  • The full schedule of QuakeCon at Home is now available

QuakeCon 2021 is happening next week and ahead of the all-digital showcase, Bethesda has shared the full schedule of the upcoming event, including developer panels to feature Arkane, MachineGames, id Software and a lot more.

Unlike the pre-pandemic QuakeCon events that used to take place in Dallas, this year's event will be a virtual one dubbed QuakeCon at Home. The show kicks off on Aug. 19 and wraps up on Aug. 21.

There are lots of highlights on the first day of QuakeCon at Home. This includes the "Quake" 25th anniversary panel featuring MachineGames and id Software. There is also a deep dive from Arkane Lyon on "Deathloop" and an update from Eternal Studio about "DOOM."

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Fans hope they might see news of a new "Quake" title at the digital event, perhaps an announcement from MachineGames of a "Quake" project. MachineGames is the studio responsible for big titles like "Wolfstein."

The studio reportedly has been working on something since the launch of "Wolfstein: Young Blood" in 2019. The studio is handling the development of a mysterious "Indiana Jones" title but hopes about a title related to "Quake" are also high. Unfortunately, nothing has been confirmed just yet.

Fans would also hear more about "FallOut 76" and "Elder Scrolls Online" at the QuakeCon at Home event. Players will travel a few years back after that and will revisit "Skyrim." The final developer panel scheduled for next Thursday is also another part fans should watch out for.

The schedule was reserved for "DOOM Eternal Studio Update," featuring executive producer Marty Stratton and creative director Hugo Martin. The update could be about a new "DOOM Eternal" content or perhaps another project from the developers.

The team behind this year's digital event has not yet revealed the sites where it would be available. The complete list of QuakeCon at Home schedules is available on the official site of Bethesda.