Watch Quantum Break's Cinematic Trailer Featuring Nirvana Song
"Time is power."
Microsoft and developer Remedy have released a new cinematic trailer for time-bending Xbox One and PC game Quantum Break--and it's a treat. The video sets up some of the game's story beats and features a killer version of Nirvana's "Come As You Are," performed by electronic rock group Prep School.
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Quantum Break arrives on April 5 for Xbox One and PC via Windows 10.
Everyone who buys the game on Xbox One also gets a free copy of Xbox 360 game Alan Wake (including add-ons The Signal and The Writer), playable via backwards compatibility. If you preorder, you'll also get a copy of Alan Wake's American Nightmare.
Microsoft is also releasing a special bundle that comes with a 500 GB "cirrus white" Xbox One, as well as a copy of Quantum Break and the aforementioned Alan Wake freebies.
Additionally, as announced previously, you can get a free copy of Quantum Break's PC version when you preorder the digital Xbox One version, buy a download code at retailers, or pick up the console bundle.
Quantum Break is unique in that it tells its story across the game and a TV show featuring X-Men's Shawn Ashmore and Dominic Monaghan from The Lord of the Rings. For lots more on Quantum Break, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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