Quantum breakThe 2016 sci-fi action game has been removed from both developer Remedy Entertainment and publisher Microsoft. Microsoft Store (including Game Pass) and Valve steam outlet. However, it looks like the game will return for sale at some point.
Treatment posted a message on his Twitter account this week.stating that removal Quantum break “Due to some licenses that had expired that were in the process of being renewed.” The developer didn’t go into the details on which license issue the game had. However, it is likely that they will include the musical cues that are heard at the end of each act of the game and its end credits scene.
Quantum break It involves the player controlling the main character, who becomes obsessed with how to manipulate time after an experiment goes awry. The game was a bit different than Remedy’s other titles as it combined game engine action with a live action TV show. Actors such as Sean Ashmore, Dominic Monaghan, and the late Lance Reddick both played their live-action characters and voiced their in-game counterparts.
Remedy is currently working on a number of different projects. One of them is the long-awaited sequel. Alan Wake 2, which is currently slated for a 2023 release. It is also in early development for another sequel, Control 2With complete remakes of his signature games Max Payne 1 and 2.