Remedy Entertainment, the studio responsible for games like Alan Wake and Quantum Break, will bring its new project to PlayStation 4. The last game the studio developed for a PlayStation system was Max Payne 2 in 2003.
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Remedy Entertainment's time-bending third-person shooter Quantum Break is due for a Steam release, but fans who picked up the game at launch may be left out in the cold, as it appears that Remedy is dropping support for previously issued PC…
The popular game "Quantum Break" is landing on Steam next month the same day a special "Timeless Collector's Edition" bundle hits retail. Both versions will have all the updates released thus far, just like the Windows Store version.
Remedy Entertainment has two as-yet-unannounced games in development. Contrary to rumors kindled earlier this year, neither of them will be a sequel to the studio's Twin Peaks-inspired cult hit, Alan Wake.
Quantum Break is one of the most important games for the Xbox One, and Microsoft stores across North American will be hosting launch parties. But for a game this big, the events sound surprisingly tame.
After announcing that pre-orders for the Xbox One version of Quantum Break will offer customers access to the game on a Windows 10 PC, Microsoft has plans to expand its cross-buy program going forward.
Quantum Break, originally announced as an Xbox One exclusive, will be releasing on PC in April, the same day as the console version. This comes soon after Rise of the Tomb Raider made the move to PC, as well.