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Quantum Break to Debut on the Xbox One and PC on April 5, 2016
Microsoft Studios and Remedy Entertainment have recently confirmed that the PC version of Quantum Break will be launching alongside its Xbox One counterpart on April 5, 2016.
Gamers, it’s the moment you’ve been waiting for: Microsoft Studios and Remedy Entertainment have recently confirmed that the PC version of Quantum Break will be launching alongside its Xbox One counterpart on April 5, 2016.
What’s particularly exciting, though, is that if you’ve pre-ordered the Xbox One version of the game before April 4, 2016, you’ll be entitled to receive the PC version for absolutely free. But before you start jumping for joy, you’ll have to first make sure that the gaming rig of yours complies with the minimum hardware specifications of Quantum Break, which includes a 2.7GHz Intel Core i5-4460 or an AMD FX-6300 processor, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or an AMD Radeon R7 260X GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 55GB of storage space. You’ll also need to ensure that your PC is running on Windows 10.
Don’t be too dejected if your PC isn’t up to snuff, as you will receive a complimentary digital copy of Alan Wake for the Xbox 360 – along with its two accompanying DLCs, The Signal, and The Writer – when you purchase a copy of Quantum Break.
Still not satisfied? You’ll receive an additional game – Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for the Xbox 360 – should you decide to pre-order Quantum Break, which means you’ll essentially be getting three games for the price of one. Yes, both the complimentary games are backwards compatible with the Xbox One.
But who are we kidding? What you really should be vying for is the Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle, which comes with a 500GB Cirrus White Xbox One console, a matching wireless controller, as well as a digital copy of both Quantum Break and Alan Wake – the latter of which complete with its two aforementioned DLCs. The bundle will be going for US$349 (approx. RM1,441) when it becomes available in “most regions worldwide” on March 29.