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Offering up Windows 7, DirectX 11 support for the previously Windows 10 exclusive. For those that need a refresher Quantum Break is the latest game from the house of Max Payne, an ambitious sprawling action sci-fi that blends live-action footage with in-game choices. And it all plays out in an episodic structure similar to what you'd find in a TV series.

Probably best to read our review of the game, where Stephen "Time Lord" Farrelly praised its mix of style.

The incredible thing to behold is the 1:1 environmental share between the show and the game. They must have scouted for a long time to gain access to an area they could both shoot in, and spend time recreating in-game. It’s quite impressive from a logistical perspective and is executed brilliantly.

The show itself is well shot with great performances. You get four episodes and five chapters of the game. Each episode of the show follows on from the last chapter you played and depending on some environmental finds and a few binary decisions you’re tasked with making at various junctions, the show’s outcome will prove to be different.


Here's a link to the Steam page for Quantum Break.



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