Those hoping the PC rating for Quantum Break wasn’t an error can rest easy. It has been confirmed.
Both the Xbox One and PC version of the game will release on April 5, according to Remedy Entertainment and Microsoft.
Those who pre-order the digital version of Quantum Break for Xbox One will get a free copy of the Windows 10 edition. It will support cross-save, but not cross-platform play. The offer expires April 4.
Over on the Remedy website it was announced those who pre-order the Xbox One version will be handed a digital copy of Remedy’s Alan Wake and it comes with both DLC released. This was noted on the Xbox Store earlier this morning.
Participating retailers and the Xbox Store will also offer Alan Wake’s American Nightmare as a pre-order bonus. A Quantum Break 500GB box One bundle featuring Quantum Break and Alan Wake will also be made available.
Here’s more on the pre-order deals pulled from the Remedy website.
- Every Xbox One copy of Quantum Break will come with a full-game download for Alan Wake for Xbox 360, plus its two add-on packs, The Signal and The Writer, playable on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility.
- Every Xbox One Quantum Break pre-order made through the Xbox Store or participating retailers will get you a download code for the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break and Xbox One backwards compatible version of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.
- You can also get Quantum Break branded SteelBook cover for your copy of the game by pre-ordering Quantum Break from participating retailers.
- A new Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle featuring a 500GB Cirrus White console and matching wireless controller, a full-game download of Quantum Break and a full-game download of Alan Wake accompanied by The Signal and The Writer add-on packs is offered worldwide starting March 29th, 2016 in most regions where Xbox One is available.
PC system requirements are below.
The port is being developed by Remedy and Microsoft rather than a third-party studio.
The Windows 10 version of @QuantumBreak is being developed by Remedy and Microsoft. A lot of effort is going into it. Stay tuned for more.
— Remedy Entertainment (@remedygames) February 11, 2016