Remedy announced today that Quantum Break won’t arrive on Xbox One before 2015, and wont have any new gameplay at E3 either. Remedy Entertainment’s Sam Lake, who revealed fresh details about the game in a new video, also promised we’d see more of the title at Gamescom in August.
Remedy, who are now developing Control, hope to learn from past mistakes when they launched the poorly optimized Quantum Break.
505 Games are stumping up a load of cash for this new title.
Unless this is all part of some elaborate meta-level Alternate Reality Game, Remedy’s hints at a new game were actually just a recruitment drive.
Remedy posted a video this afternoon to tease a new game announcement.
Not exactly the announcement you might have expected from Remedy, but it should prove a nice earner for the studio.
With Quantum Break now out, Remedy has moved on to new projects splitting the studio into two development teams for unannounced titles.
Lionhead’s online co-op spin-off Fable Legends will have a “huge presence at E3”. So sayeth John Needham, studio head and boss of Microsoft’s European publishing team. He also says it’s “one of the most beautiful games on the Xbox One right now.” Fable: Anniversary was an opportunity to prepare the ground for Legends, Needham said. New to Legends? It pits four player- or AI-controlled heroes against one, player or AI-controlled villain – the latter must arrange traps, enemies and the like to obliterate the former as they explore a primordial Albion.