Remedy have released a ton of pre-order info for the upcoming Quantum Break, as well as confirming that a PC version of the game is in the works and is due to release alongside the Xbox One version on 5 April.
The additional copy of Alan Wake and its DLC is not only limited to the special edition bundle however, with Remedy planning to give away a digital copy of their Xbox 360 horror title with every pre-order of Quantum Break.
Pre-orders made through the Xbox Store or participating retailers will give you a download code for Alan Wake’s American Nightmare and the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break. There's also a branded steel book cover available by pre-ordering from participating retailers.
With a number of ways to pick up a PC version of the game, Remedy have helpfully released a list of the minimum and recommended specs.
A new live action trailer for the game’s companion series was also released today alongside the glut of pre-order info. Titled ‘The Cemetery’, it gives us a taste of what protagonist, Jack Joyce can do.
More, you say? How about a virtual tour of Remedy's studios and the one reason you don't want to get into a snowball fight with Sam Lake?
Originally planned for release in 2014, Remedy have pushed Quantum Break back twice to make certain it's a well-polished product. Hardly surprising they wanted the extra time given the premise.
After each 'act' of the game an episode of the show will play. The choices you make at the end of an act will affect the next episode of the show and stay with you throughout.
The game will focus on Joyce, who was given various time-bending powers by a time travel experiment gone wrong (when do they ever go well?). You'll be able to use his powers to deflect bullets, quickly dodge between cover and stealthily get the drop on your enemies.
The live action show will focus on sinister company Monarch Solutions and Paul Serene, the title's antagonist granted the ability to see different timelines and possible futures by the unfortunate event.
It's been a long time coming, but the wait for Quantum Break is almost over. Let us know your thoughts in the forums.