Remedy, developers of the highly anticipated Quantum Break has just released a live action trailer introducing us to two of the main villains in the game Paul Serene and Hatch who work for Monarch Solutions (a bad company). This video teases us with further scenes from both the games live-action and gameplay footage.
Quantum Break launches for Xbox One and PC on April 5 and keep an eye out for our review that will be hitting the site around the same time.
You can expect to get your hands on Quantum Break from April 5, on both Xbox One and Windows 10. Those of you who pre-order the Xbox One version will receive a digital copy of Quantum Break for Windows 10, as well as digital backwards compatible versions of Alan Wake, including the DLCs The Signal and The Writer, and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.
A brand new Quantum Break Xbox One bundle will also be available to pick up, which features a 500gb Cirrus White console, with matching controller, and all of the above, for around £319.99.
A steelbook edition is also available to pre-order from participating retailers.
Remedy Entertainment has announced their new board members today via their own blog and announced that former president of Epic Games, Mike Capps has jumped erm on board!
We’re proud to welcome our new board members Mike Capps (former president at Epic Games) andChristian Fredrikson (F-Secure president and CEO). Remedy CEO Matias Myllyrinne explains more about the company’s changes and changing gaming industry in general over at GamesIndustry International and VentureBeat.
For full details on the transition into Remedy just click either of the links above. The latest game from the development studio is set for release on Xbox One as Quantum Break. Developed exclusively for the Xbox One, Quantum Break is said to blur the line between television and gameplay, integrating the two into one seamless and immersive experience. Quantum Break weaves the cinematic action of intense gameplay with the tension and drama of scripted television, creating a world where each has a direct impact on the other.