QuakeCon Online Pre-Registration Is Now Open

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The folks over at Bethesda have announced that the QuakeCon 2012 online pre-registration for attendees and press is open. As always, general admission to the event continues to be FREE for all attendees. They are offering a limited number of premium packages including a QuakeCon ‘Swag Pack’ full of limited edition items, a ‘QuakeCon done Quick’ package with fast-passes for the entire event, and a ‘BYOC Select-a-Seat’ package that includes guaranteed reserved seating. These packages are limited and will be available on a first-come first serve basis.

The premium QuakeCon packages are:

Swag Pack | Full of Limited Edition Items: $40 (Limit of 500 packages available)

  • An Official QuakeCon 2012 T-Shirt
  • A Dishonored Tallboy T-shirt
  • A Special Limited Edition Poster

BYOC Select-a-Seat | Includes Guaranteed Reserved Seating: $30 (Limit of 1,500 packages available)

  • Select and Reserve a guaranteed seat of your choice in the BYOC area
  • An Official QuakeCon 2012 BYOC T-Shirt

QuakeCon done Quick | Includes Fast Passes for the Duration of the Event: $50 (Limit of 350 packages available)

  • Select and Reserve a guaranteed seat of your choice in the BYOC area
  • Express lane fast-pass registration for the BYOC
  • Express lane fast-pass to every speaker, panel, and public event at QuakeCon
  • Limited reserved access seating for all panels, presentations, and events
  • An Official QuakeCon 2012 BYOC T-Shirt

To pre-register online for QuakeCon today go to: http://registration.quakecon.org/.

QuakeCon will take place on-site at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, TX. Doors to QuakeCon will open on Thursday, August 2nd at 9:00am Central and will remain open through August 5th.

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