Xbox One-Exclusive from Max Payne Creator Confirmed for 2015
Remedy Entertainment's Quantum Break gets a release window and new trailer; plus, gameplay footage will be shown at Gamescom in August.
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Microsoft today announced that Quantum Break, the Xbox One-exclusive from Max Payne and Alan Wake creator Remedy Entertainment, will launch in 2015. Previously, the game--announced in May 2013--had no release window whatsoever.
A new trailer for Quantum Break is also now available, and you can watch it above. Narrated by Remedy Entertainment creative director Sam Lake, the video reveals new Quantum Break story details and gives you a look at never-before-seen footage from the game.
Microsoft also announced today that it will show off Quantum Break's signature "time-amplified" gameplay for the first time at Europe's Gamescom convention in August. Today's trailer is meant to serve as a "sneak peek" for the full reveal later this summer.
Quantum Break is not just a video game, as it's also going to be paired with a live-action show. The game follows Jack Joyce, a man on a mission to prevent the end of time, fighting against the nefarious corporation Monarch Solutions. The actions you take will impact how the story unfolds not only in the game, but also the show. The game follows Quantum Break's heroes, while the TV show highlights the villains.
Remedy Entertainment is also working on an iOS game called Agents of Storm.
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