Quantum Break is an third-person shooter Xbox One exclusive from Remedy Entertainment, the creators of Max Payne, and its release date has just been confirmed. Here, we bring you release date rumours, pre-order information and gameplay features of Quantum Break.
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Quantum Break release date: When is Quantum Break coming out?
The game was first unveiled back in 2013 at the launch of the Xbox One, with a teaser trailer giving us our first look at what to expect from Quantum Break.
Quantum Break will be released for Xbox One on 5 April 2016.
Quantum Break pre-order: How much will Quantum Break cost in the UK?
Despite the lack of an official release date, Quantum Break is already available to pre-order from various retailers.
There don't appear to be any special pre-order deals or bundles yet, so if you're a collector you might want to wait to pre-order, because it's possible that limited editions of the game will be announced soon.
Right now, though, you can pre-order from Amazon for £44.86 with a pre-order price guarantee that ensures you won't be paying more if the price drops before it's released.
Game is offering a pre-order price of £49.99 with its Pre-order Price Promise and free delivery.
Quantum Break gameplay features
It's an intriguing game, with live action episodes that will play at the end of each segment of the game and will be personalised depending on the choices the player makes while playing.
On the Xbox One website, the game is described as "a revolutionary entertainment experience that blurs the line between television and gaming."
"How you play the game shapes a personalised version of the television show. Watching the show gives you strategies and insights that will impact the way you play the game and helps you discover unique content within the game."
The storyline is centred around time, following a failed time travel experiment that occurred at an American University that causes time to become damaged and gives the three main characters in the game the ability to manipulate it. Jack Joyce can stop time, and Paul Serene can see into the future to help decide which choices should be made in the present.
Developers Remedy Entertainment have enlisted the help of a scientist in order to make the complex plot follow theoretical physics.
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