Quantum Break Coming to PC + PC Specs and Trailer
Microsoft has officially announced that their much anticipated “Xbox One Console” exclusive will now also be coming out on PC on April 5th simultaneously with the Xbox One version. This is quite a big news because now the consumers are wondering if it’s worth buying a Xbox One for exclusives or not. Killer Instinct is already coming to PC and Gears of War Ultimate Edition. Halo Wars 2 is also confirmed to be coming to Xbox One and PC later this year and will feature cross-platform play. What does this mean for the future of Xbox One? Is it wise for them to release their 3rd party console exclusives also on PC? Will it anger or please the consumers who already bought the Xbox One just to play these games without knowing that a PC version is also coming? Microsoft’s play in the PC strategy is quite interesting and we’re excited to see where it will be heading next in the upcoming Xbox Showcase on February 25th and, of course, the biggest event of them all E3 2016.
Check out the Live-Action trailer for Quantum Break down below and let us know what you think in regards to the PC version in the comments below
Pre-Order Info and Specs:
If you Pre-order the Digital version of Quantum Break on Xbox One you will also be receiving the Windows 10/PC version for free along with backward compatible Alan Wake for the Xbox One. The game will also feature a cross-save feature on both platforms so you can play it on any system at any time without losing your progress. Also here are the official specs for Quantum Break for Windows 10/PC. Let us know what you think of Quantum Break coming to PC and Microsoft’s strategy in the comments below. Stay tuned for our review of Quantum Break when it will hit the shelves on April 5th for Xbox One and Windows 10.
OS – Windows 10 (64-bit)/same
DirectX – Direct X 12/same
CPU – Intel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300/Intel Core i7 4790, 4GHz or AMD equivalent
GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R7 260x/NVIDIA Geforce 980 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 Fury X
VRAM – 2 GB/6GB
RAM – 8GB/16GB
HDD – 55 GB/same