Videogamer writes: "Quake Wars on consoles has been a long time coming. While PC gamers have been pitting GDF against Strogg to save mankind since the end of last year, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game have only just surfaced. We headed over to Activision's UK HQ to spend a day playing the Xbox 360 game, and it seems as though the PC game will arrive pretty much intact. This kind of large scale online war perhaps isn't best suited to consoles though, so a few changes have been made which make it one of the most accessible team-based shooters we've ever played.
Although the PC game was developed by UK-based Splash Damage (creators of the popular Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory) and id Software, the console games are being handled by other studios. Activision Underground is working on the PS3 game, while Nerve Software is in charge of porting the game to the Xbox 360. id Software is of course still involved, so you can be sure the games won't hit retail until they're ready - indeed, at the event there was talk of fixing bugs spotted during the day's play session. It seems both versions are in good hands."