Remedy Entertainment and Microsoft Studios’ upcoming action-adventure third-person shooter, Quantum Break drops on April 5th and the review embargo has been lifted.
The game will “feature digital episodes that interact with the game based on the player’s choices.
Set at and around Riverport University, a fictional university set in the Northeastern United States, where a time travel experiment has gone wrong.”
We have rounded up the reviews for you, check them out below:
- Giant Bomb – 2/5
- Examiner – 3/5
- Telegraph – 3/5
- Metro – 6/10
- Gamespot – 6/10
- Shack News – 6/10
- PostArcade – 7/10
- God is a Geek – 7/10
- EGM – 7.5/10
- IGN – 8/10
- Polygon – 8.5/10
- Destructoid – 8.5/10
- Game Informer – 8.5/10
- The Jimquisition – 8.5/10
- Arcade Sushi – 9/10
- PixelVulture – 86%
“Time has been broken. A Fracture in time, created by a time travel experiment that has gone wrong, is advancing at an inexorable pace. As a result, time itself is now stuttering to a halt and then restarting, causing the world to turn into a frozen tableau. Most are unaware of the imminent disaster.
Jack Joyce is not one of these people: changed by the same experiment, he can see the damage as the Fracture advances; time keeps slipping more and more out of joint and as the world loses synchronization, destruction on a massive scale ensues.
Jack is desperately trying to find a way to prevent the Fracture from reaching its conclusion – that final moment when the last grain of sand in the hourglass tumbles down, and time ends.
But his best friend Paul Serene and the ruthless Monarch Solutions have their own plans, and Jack’s efforts don’t line up with them. They are willing to use whatever means necessary to stop him.”
Quantum Break will launch on April 5, 2016 for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
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