Xbox One Exclusive Quantum Break Devs Currently Fixing Bugs; Show Time Machine and Music Creation

on December 31, 2015 1:37 PM

At the end of 2015, many are preparing to celebrate, yet the folks at Remedy Entertainment have spent the day working on fixing the bugs of Quantum Break, that will be released for Xbox One on April 5th, as revealed on Instagram.

“Half a day of 2015 left and we are fixing the bugs in #quantumbreak right now into the new year.”

Interestingly, we also get a much clearer look on a device that seems to be a critical component of the game’s time machine. It was shown out of focus in the live action trailer showcased at Gamescom.

Incidentally, the device is set on March 27th, 1999. I’ll let you guess whether that date is important to the story of the game or not, and in which way.

Last, but not least, the game’s composer Petri Alanko is still working on the soundtrack, and gave us a nice shot of the work in progress on Twitter.

Interestingly, if you check out the notes, you can see that some words have been blurred. Below you can check out a full resolution version of the picture, to see if you can make something out. Of course, there could be spoilers hidden there, so do it at your own risk.


 /  Executive News Editor
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