We've got some good news for anybody interested in the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break. Firstly, Quantum Break has been set for an April 5 release and secondly, the game will no longer be an exclusive Xbox One title.
That's right, Quantum Break will no longer be just available for the Xbox One. Whilst the game will not be coming to PlayStation 4, it will be launching on Windows 10. To make things even better, any Xbox One owners that have already pre-order Quantum Break will receive a free copy for the Windows 10 version when it launches on April 5 as well.
If you're interested in the Quantum Break PC version, it will launch through the Windows 10 store and a digital key will be provided for you so that you can download. This means that Quantum Break will not be available through Steam or similar online platforms.
To sweeten the deal, all Xbox One pre-orders for Quantum Break will also have some additional benefits. Firstly, Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake will now be available as a free download for every Xbox One player that pre-orders Quantum Break. Secondly, the two add-on packs, The Signal and The Writer, will be thrown into the bundle as well. Whilst Alan Wake is only available on Xbox 360, backwards compatibility support will be available before Quantum Break is released on April 5.
This isn't the only news for Quantum Break. Alongside the PC and pre-order announcements, a brand new Xbox One bundle featuring a 500GB Cirrus White Xbox One console, a paired Xbox One controller, a copy of Quantum Break and a digital download for Alan Wake has also been announced.