The novel Quantum Break: Zero State dropped the same day as the game, but only a handful of fans seemed to know about it. Those who did seemed skeptical—was this just the game they were playing in book form? Not quite.
When Quantum Break launched earlier this month the PC version had plenty of problems, including poor performance, forced upscaling and the lack of a button to exit the game. Today’s 27GB update goes some way towards making the port not as horrible.
Recently released for Xbox One and Windows PC, Quantum Break combines a video game and a live-action television series to create an entirely new way to advertise Microsoft Surface Tablets and Windows Phones.
I started playing Quantum Break on Xbox One last night and was surprised by how much I liked it. If I’d been playing on PC, sounds like it would’ve been a different story.
Today on Highlight Reel we have magic catches, Quantum breaks, fire keys, last-second Battlefront power-ups and much more!
The option to disable copyrighted music in a major video game would have been unthinkable or at least seemed irrelevant years ago. Now it’s in a major Xbox One release like Quantum Break, as seen here. This will likely become increasingly common as game makers want gamers to be able to stream without fear of overly…
A new console generation starts, and you wait for something special. The launch games are okay, but they are really just shinier versions of last-gen releases. Eventually, though, you play a game that hadn’t been done before, couldn’t have been done before. For this generation, for me, that game is Quantum Break,…
Well, this is new.
We already knew that Quantum Break would be hitting the Xbox One in April. But the next game from the creators of Max Payne is also coming to Windows, too. And if you pre-order the console version, you can get Quantum Break on PC for free.
For two years, we’ve wondered what Quantum Break actually is. Having seen it, I’m now worried that Quantum Break is a bland-looking shooter interrupted with 20-minute episodes of bad television at the end of every chapter. It should be so much better.
Quantum Break has been delayed a few times, but in addition to a bunch of new gameplay footage, we finally have a release date: April 5, 2016.
Fans of the original Alan Wake have long wondered why their hunger for creeptacular suspense-filled third-person action game goodness hasn’t been fed with a sequel. This week, they got more of a proper answer. And a new hope.
Quantum Break, the next shooter from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake, is now planned to launch in 2016 on the Xbox One, Microsoft announced. The game was previously slated to arrive in 2015.
There's a good chunk of new Quantum Break gameplay in this video featuring the Xbox One exclusive. Narrated by Remedy Entertainment creative director Sam Lake, the clip shows already-seen action up until about the 8:30 mark. From there, it's a chunk of time-manipulation platforming.
Finally, a nice meaty preview of the next game from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake.
Been waiting to hear more about the Xbox One exclusive action drama Quantum Break? Well, here's something new. It's not much but it is something.
Time stands still and stutters after an experiment gone wrong in Quantum Break, the first next-gen title from Remedy, the makers of Alan Wake. The studio showed off the game with a trailer at tonight's VGX. Here it is.