Quake Champions adds Sorlag, a dinosaur with a gun, to its character roster

Quake Champions‘s “Large Scale Technical Test” came to a close this past Sunday, but id Software still has more new characters to unveil, including the deranged dinosaur known as Sorlag.

Excuse me, I should amend that to add that Sorlag is a deranged dinosaur who also carries a gun and spits acid. You can learn more about Sorlag by reading up on her vitals right here or viewing the Character Trailer that’s been embedded above:

Sorlag (Sorg Flesh-Trader)
Her clan harvested the most warmbloods; they gorged themselves and had flesh-stock left over. Many credited the Haruspex, who could open terrifying windows to the Other Place using the warmbloods’ steaming guts. As their best hunter, Sorlag credited herself. She would expose him by using the warmblood’s forcefield devices to spill his “sacred” bowel-bowl. Morning came, the ritual began, and all saw the Other Place—dark, metal, cold. Sorlag leapt with the device. But her claws had crossed the window. She saw the bowl topple as she was pulled in, screeching.

Active Ability – Acid Spit: Have an enemy pinned in an corner or want to protect the Obelisk in Sacrifice? Sorlag’s Acid Spit is the perfect added weapon to finish off foes or help control key pathways and locations. Spray it on enemies, on the floor, or on the walls and anyone who passes through will take immediate damage as well as become poisoned, taking additional damage over time.

Passive Abilities: Sorlag has two Passives. First, Bunny Hop allows her to gain speed while jumping forward in a straight line and grants her a great deal of maneuverability while in the air. Second, her Acid Fiend ability means that she’s protected from her own Acid Spit, as well as the Acid Spit of enemy Sorlags.

The full version of Quake Champions will be available for the PC sometime later this year, but a new beta session for the game is expected to begin this weekend. If you still need to acquire a beta key, you can grab one now at Quake.com.

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