From the moment I laid eyes on Quantum Break, I wasn’t sure what to think about it. I knew that its creators had a great pedigree, but I couldn’t fathom how Remedy Entertainment was going to overcome to countless issues that other equally ambitious teams have tried and failed to work through in the past. …
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Microsoft kicked off Gamescom 2015 with a bang as it debuted trailer after trailer for its 2016 Xbox One lineup. As expected, Quantum Break, Crackdown 3 and Scalebound were all present at the briefing on Tuesday morning, complete with new trailers and never-before-seen gameplay footage.
No, it wasn’t Halo 5: Guardians. You can exhale. On Thursday, Microsoft announced that Quantum Break, the time traveling action adventure game from Remedy Entertainment, would no longer be launching in 2015. This wasn’t the first major delay of the year, but for Xbox One fans, it’s certainly going to be one of the most disappointing.