[UPDATED: Improved UI & Load Times] Quantum Break To Receive Massive Patch Improving Graphics This Week

Francesco De Meo
Posted Mar 22, 2016
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[Update 2] On the Neogaf forums, Remedy’s head of PR, Thomas Puha, has stated that a title update is to be released. According Puha, reviewers already have access to this patch. The update will include mostly bug fixes, some UI changes, localization improvements and improved load times

[Update] Thomas Puha, head of PR at Remedy, has revealed that a title update will be released, but it won’t come with any graphics improvements, but mostly bugfixes.

[Original Story] Quantum Break, the new game developed by Remedy Entertainment launching soon on Xbox One and PC in all regions, is going to be one of the best looking games of the year. Recently, several outlets have already had the chance to play the game, also showing its beautiful graphics, but it seems like the game is going to look even better at launch, according to one specific preview of the game.

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Angry Centaur Gaming has revealed in a new Quantum Break preview video which has been shared online today that the game is going to receive a massive patch sometime this week, which will apparently come with plenty of improvements for graphics. You can hear the bit about the upcoming patch by going at around the 4:18 mark of the video below.

Last week, Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment have released an official launch trailer for Quantum Break. The trailer is a cinematic trailer featuring the game’s main character as well as members of evil Monarch Solutions. The trailer also features a cover of the iconic Nirvana track Come As You Are.

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Quantum Break has originally been revealed as an Xbox One exclusive title. One month ago, however, Microsoft revealed that the game by Remedy is also going to be released on PC. Quantum Break on PC will be the first DX12 title and will only be playable on Windows 10.

Following Quantum Break’s launch, the team is apparently not going to release any DLC for the game. This, however, doesn’t mean that the team is done with the game’s universe, as they already have some ideas on how to expand it in the future.

Quantum Break launches on Xbox One and PC on April 5th in North America and Europe. We will keep you updated on the new game by Remedy as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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