Quantum Break

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 0.70m
Platform: Xbox OneAlso on: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Remedy Entertainment Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.41m 58.8%
+ Europe: 0.21m 30.1%
+ Japan: 0.02m 2.2%
+ Rest of the World: 0.06m 8.9%
= Global 0.70m

Release History

Quantum Break Microsoft Game StudiosNorth America05th April 2016Retail
Quantum Break Microsoft Game StudiosEurope05th April 2016Retail
Quantum Break Microsoft Game StudiosJapan07th April 2016Retail

Game Overview

Quantum Break is an action game being developed by Remedy Entertainment and due to be published by Microsoft Studios exclusively for the Xbox One. The game is being developed alongside a Quantum Break television show and how you play the game will impact on the show, and the show will inform how you play the game.

Quantum Break is based around the concept of time travel, and features characters who have the ability to manipulate time. Set in the fictional North Eastern U.S. Riverport University, a time travel experiment has gone wrong and given Jack Joyce, Beth Wilder, and Paul Serene the ability to manipulate time.


darkenergy (on 20 March 2017)
@king lol no one said this was the
"Uncharted killer" what the hell are
you talking about? No we actually do
play other games those 3 main Xbox games
are the most popular similar to Mario,
zelda is to the Nintendo consoles. Also
there are concerns regarding those
canned new IP's so that was inevitable.
Think before speaking nonsense.
kingdevil999 (on 16 March 2017)
Well well look how bad the ''Uncharted
killer'' sold, first time in my life
i'am actually happy (aside terrible
games like rambo, duck dynasty) a game
sold poorly, this serve as an example
how xbox user give rat ass to anything
except the same, it's always Halo,
Gears of war and Forza, anything new
either becomes canceled or don't sell
well neither have great reviews, the
only last one i can think of that did
well was ori and the blind forest, and
that was it, my it may sound horrible
what i said earlier, but this deserved
thelow sales, no one asked for those for
those god forsaken live actions, they
suck and are boring.
Mr Puggsly (on 11 February 2017)
@Mentore - This game wouldnt exist
without MS funding it. So if theyre
gonna go multiplat they need to find
funding and good luck getting the money
for a AAA game.
Mentore (on 30 January 2017)
You know you can buy them except SO on
steam, right?
pitzy272 (on 10 January 2017)
Crap I forgot about Ori. That game looks
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