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Sam Lake announced the date during the Xbox One Press conference at Gamescom 2015. Quantum Break was originally expected to be released in 2015, however the game was pushed back into the first quarter of 2016.
The presentation at Gamescom provided a bit more information about the game’s story: When a time traveling experiment goes horribly wrong at the Riverport University, the event not only causes time to start breaking down, but also grants the three main characters—Jack Joyce, Beth Wilder, and Paul Serene—the ability to manipulate time. Jack Joyce (played by actor Shawn Ashmore – Yes, the original model from the previews has been replaced) is fighting with Beth Wilder against Paul Serene (Aiden Gillen) and his corporation Monarch Solutions to reverse the situation.
While gameplay will revolve around the heroes of the game, the live action TV-show will focus on the villains. The TV-show can and will be affected by the choices you make in the proper game. A new trailer has been released to further detail how this unique game plays, which you can check out after clicking “Read more” along with some new screenshots featuring the new cast. For more on Quantum Break, head to the game’s new website.