Quantum Break

Global Total as of 30th Apr 2016 (units): 0.43m
Platform: Xbox OneAlso on: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Remedy Entertainment Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.26m 59.2%
+ Europe: 0.13m 30.7%
+ Japan: 0.00m 1.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.04m 9.0%
= Global 0.43m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
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.

http://gamewise.co/games/46516/Quantum-Break

Comments

KiigelHeart (2 days ago)
I find these sales disappointing because
it's one of the best games I've played
this gen. Deserves more people playing
it. I hope MS will continue to fund
Remedy games though.
Mr Puggsly (on 20 May 2016)
@Kerotan - Seriously Kerotan, give it a
rest. Nobody was pushing this as a major
game changer, it was just a game people
were looking forward to.

You spend
too much time talking about Xbox, is
this what you got unbanned for?
darkenergy (on 18 May 2016)
It didn't really receive a major push
actually they mostly showed anything new
about it during Gamescom 2014 and
haven't really heard anything about it
until Gamescom 2015 then it got a
"push" one month before release. Dont
forget PC sales as well to help push
sales.
Kerotan (on 17 May 2016)
It was hyped as a game changer and
received a major push from MS. IT
didn't perform well and don't forget
these retail sales are overtracked.
Digital ain't saving it. It's not the
type of game to have high digital sales
anyway.
darkenergy (on 17 May 2016)
No one stated it to be a second coming
of Jesus and no it isn't a dead horse
for a new game/IP single player game. By
the way make sure you make a better post
next time or else it won't be taken
seriously.
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