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Tuesday, 22 July 2014 08:19

Quantum Break still has a green light

Written by David Stellmack

Will proceed despite Entertainment Studios closure

As we told you about yesterday, it seemed as if Remedy’s Quantum Break was in a state of flux with the news that Microsoft was canning its Entertainment Studios division. With the news that the Entertainment Studios was being closed, came the news that it was cancelling plans to create original TV content for Xbox.

While we learned that some TV projects that were already in production were escaping the ax, a large mystery was surrounding the hybrid TV infused game Quantum Break.

Microsoft is now saying that Quantum Break is on track and the closure of the Entertainment Studios group will have no impact on Quantum Break. In addition, Microsoft and developer Remedy will be sharing more about Quantum Break at Gamescom in August.

As for the actual release of the finished product, Microsoft is saying that it is on track for a release next year, which we have to assume means late next year for the holiday season.

Read more here.

 

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