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Remedy says Quantum Break is "so close to being done"

If you've been looking forward to Quantum Break since it was announced alongside Xbox One in 2013, you'll be pleased to know it's "close to being done."

That's according to a tweet posted by Remedy Entertainment's head of PR Thomas Puha.

Great news, then considering it's out in April.

Originally slated for release in 2014 before being pushed into 2015 and then 2016, the action-shooter game will interact with a live-action series of the same name.

How the the game is played will impact the show. At the end of each game episode, players will need to make a choice which affects both the game and the show. The series consists of four episodes and each will last around 22 minutes. To keep up with all the goings on, it will be in the player's interest to watch the series as well.

It stars Lord of the Rings' Dominic Monaghan, The Wire's Aidan Gillen, television actress Courtney Hope and Shawn Ashmore who plays Iceman in the X-Men films.

Quantum Break is set for release on April 5. A PC version of the game hasn't been "ruled out" by Microsoft.

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