We didn’t look at Quantum Break’s initial Windows Store release, but now that it’s on Steam, Tim’s broken a few quantums to bring you his thoughts.
Remedy are to delay the release of the UWP-free version of Quantum Break but it’s only a slight delay. Hopefully this version will be better.
Support for the Windows 10, DX12 version of Quantum Break appears to be ending, following the announcement of the DX11 version.
Remedy will be releasing a DirectX 11 version of Quantum Break through Steam next month.
It’s taken a couple of months, but you can now disable v-sync in the PC version of Quantum Break.
Another round of updates from Remedy.
The next Quantum Break patch is currently in certification. All being well, it’ll be here by the end of the week.
Remedy are working with Microsoft Studios to get this sorted.
OOOOARRRR. What a fetching eye patch that is.
It’s coming this afternoon but be wary of this port.
Sort out your lows from your ultras with this pair of graphical settings images from Quantum Break.
The filing is for Alan Wake but it’s the one in Quantum Break.
Are you picking this up? The page is now live if you are planning on it.
Champagne corks are popping at Remedy today
Restricting Quantum Break to the Windows 10 Store may benefit Microsoft, but everyone else will suffer for it.