Quantum Break will be heading to Windows 10 in April with a pre-order incentive for Xbox One owners who will get both the Xbox One version and PC version if they pre-order the Xbox One version of the game. Microsoft has also released the minimum system requirements for the PC version of the game:

Minimum Requirements Recommended Specs
OS Windows 10 (64-bit) Windows 10 (64-bit)
DirectX DirectX 12 DirectX 12
CPU Intel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300 Intel Core i7 4790, 4GHz or AMD equivalent
GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R7 260x NVIDIA GeForce 980 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 Fury X
VRAM 2 GB 6 GB
RAM 8 GB 16 GB

Along with the news of the PC release, Microsoft has teamed up with Remedy Entertainment to produce a very limited edition of the Xbox One console. The bundle will come in two versions, the Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle, and the Standard Quantum Break Bundle. Both are said to ship at the retail price of R6499, and both will be available on 29 March, the same day as the release of Quantum Break on Xbox One.

Xbox One Special Edition “Quantum Break” Bundle 

Includes: 

  • Xbox One 500GB Cirrus White console,
  • a Cirrus White Xbox One wireless controller with 3.5mm headset jack,
  • a 14-day Xbox Live Gold membership trial,
  • a full-game download of “Quantum Break” and
  • a full-game download of “Alan Wake” with “The Signal” and “The Writer” DLC content, playable soon via Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

Xbox One “Quantum Break” Bundle 

Includes: 

  • Standard black Xbox One 500GB console and Xbox One Wireless Controller with 3.5mm headset jack,
  • a 14-day Xbox Live Gold membership trial,
  • a full-game download of “Quantum Break” and
  • a full-game download of “Alan Wake” as well as access to “The Signal” and “The Writer” DLC content, playable soon via Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

Along with the two new bundles, a new trailer for the upcoming title called “The Cemetery” has also been released, watch it in all its glory:

Quantum Break will release on Xbox One on 29 March, and 15 April for Windows 10.

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