One of the most impressive and advanced games in the market will stop being exclusive to 10 windows and the store of Microsoft Office soon
In April of this year, Quantum Break was launched, the new action game by Max Payne and Alan Wake, which combined a kind of television series between the episodes - And reached the personal computers At the same time,Xbox One, As one of the company's first sprouts Microsoft Office Which decided to grant thePC A more significant status in the gaming world, along with its successful television console.
However, while the "Xbox Of the title received a very reasonable reception with an average score of 77 from 100 of the visitors and sales defined as best for a brand new generation consoles - the computer version received a much colder reception, and the reason for this was its exclusivity to the windows system 10, Microsoft Office Which came with a variety of software limitations that made it difficult to play the game properly.
Microsoft has promised and provided Several updates that have improved the situation (relatively) over the past few months, but it seems that the disappointing opening did nevertheless work - And the Quantum Break PC version Has only played a very small part of its potential target audience as a modern and well-established action game that includes some familiar Hollywood faces and also holds the most advanced game engine currently in existence.
Now comes Very positive news For anyone who advocates a freer and more open games market - Quantum Break stops being exclusive to 10 and UWP platforms and will be launched on 14 in September Also on the Steam platform Much more popular and physical version in stores (which will also be based on operating a road Steam, But will also include several physical bonuses such as the soundtrack of the game, a book and a disk that documents his work, and more). In addition, all versions of the game will be offered for purchase at the official discounted price of 40 dollars, which undoubtedly winks much more than the price of 60 dollars with which it was introduced four months ago.
This means not only the source from which the title will be activated, but also the overall support for it - the Steam version will support both the "DirectX 11 and theDirectX 12, and therefore you can also run 7 and Windows 8 (only 64 bit versions) plus 10 windows, as well as hardware that supports DX12 partially. The updated version of Quantum Break will no doubt support a wider range of display resolutions and display rates (ie,G-SYNC And FreeSync), and it seems that the only question we still have is in support of multi-screen video architectures -Windows Store included.
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