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'Quake 4' coming back to Xbox 360 for $20 on June 19th

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'Cause it's awesome, and hard to find!' Pete Hines, Bethesda

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Quake 4 will be re-released on Xbox 360 for $19.99 starting June 19th in North America, Bethesda announced earlier today.

Quake 4 will be re-released at retail on Xbox 360 for $19.99 starting June 19th in North America, Bethesda announced earlier today.

The shooter, which originally launched in 2005, will also be released at a similar price point in the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Benelux for 360 and PC. Quake 4 is currently only available on Steam (also for $20) and pre-owned shelves at your local gaming retailer — if you can find them, used copies of the game are just $4.99 at GameStop.

We reached out to Bethesda for a reason for the game's re-release, to which vice president of PR and Marketing Pete Hines responded, "Cause it's awesome, and hard to find!"

We suppose that is a pretty good reason.