The gaming community has been pretty excited over the news of Quantum Break being released on the PC, and not being an exclusive to the Xbox One. It'll require Windows 10 and be powered by DirectX 12, with Remedy Entertainment announcing that Quantum Break has recently gone gold - meaning it's ready for its mass production in physical form.
Quantum Break can now be pre-loaded on the Xbox One, with the game's page on the Xbox Store noting: "You may pre-download this game, but it will not be playable until 12:01 AM EST on the release date". As for the size, it was revealed on the Quantum Break page on the Xbox Store, listed as 44.09GB. The PC version of Quantum Break, which will be exclusive to the Windows Store and not making it over to Steam, should be the same 44GB or so.
Keep in mind that if you buy Quantum Break on the Xbox One, you'll be pre-order bonuses of Alan Wake's American Nightmare, the Xbox 360 game that's playable on the Xbox One. You'll also receive a 'Free Quantum Break Windows 10 game' that will be included with the pre-order for the Xbox One digital version.
Quantum Break drops on April 5 for both the Xbox One and PC.
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