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Step into the time altering world of Quantum Break, a cinematic first person shooter where an accident breaks time and you are in a fight to fix it. I go hands-on and give my first impressions.
...and in fact, that PC version will be available free to those who digitally pre-order the game for the Xbox One ahead of its launch on April 5. But that's not all Microsoft announced today.
Remedy Entertainment's Xbox One exclusive "Quantum Break," originally slated for a 2014 release before being delayed to 2015, has now been delayed to 2016.
Microsoft has now confirmed that Quantum Break, one of the first Xbox One games that was announced over a year ago, will now be released in 2015, with more details at Gamescom in August.
Remedy writer Sam Lake has offered up some more information on why their next game is the recently revealed Quantum Break and not a sequel to their 2010 game Alan Wake.
A team member at Remedy says that the next generation game consoles will be "a quantum leap" compared to the hardware found in the current generation of game consoles.
Neogamr is giving away five Steam codes to our readers for the recently released PC port of Death Rally, the revamped version of Remedy's classic car combat action game.
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Alan Wake's American Nightmare has been released on the PC today via both Steam and GOG. The game features improved controls, high-resolution graphics, better textures and the option of a 3D mode.
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A Marvel produced comic book series based on Max Payne 3 has been released for free digitally, shedding new light on Max's life. While a printed edition of the three part comic series is also due.
A newly discovered addition to Steam's registry seems to show that Remedy's Xbox 360 game Alan Wake's American Nightmare will be making its way to the PC very soon.
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