We've got an impressive new gameplay trailer for Quantum Break as well as one for its tie-in, live action series.
Remedy Entertainment is hitting fast forward on the temporal distortions of Quantum Break for Gamescom, but skipping E3 2015 in the process.
Remedy Entertainment's new shooter is bending a later date in time than we originally anticipated, as Microsoft has announced a 2016 release for Quantum Break.
Looking forward to Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break? Then you might be interested in hearing which fan-favorite actors will be appearing in the upcoming action game.
We may have visited this area of gameplay before, but this different take on the Quantum Break demo provides new footage of time unraveling all around Jack Joyce.
Remedy Entertainment's return to time-bending, third-person combat takes a jump to the left in this amazing gameplay footage of Quantum Break.
Remedy Entertainment's Gamescom 2014 demo of Quantum Break shows off some amazing takes on bullet time by drastically changing the fundamentals of third-person shooters.
Despite the closing down of Xbox Entertainment Studios, Microsoft claims production on Quantum Break's tie-in TV series will not be effected.
Max Payne may have said "when you're looking down the barrel of a gun, time slows down," and development of Remedy Entertainment's next third-person shooter is proof of that.
Sources say that an anniversary edition of Halo 2 is incoming and that Microsoft Studios has a lot of Halo-related content planned.