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Quantum Break Box Art Revealed

Posted on Thursday, May 30 @ 08:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Despite the fact that we know virtually nothing about the game, thanks to a rather poorly crafted debut trailer, Microsoft has unveiled the official box art of the Xbox One-exclusive Quantum Break.

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The game's stylish but rather generic cover was posted on the title's official Facebook page.

What little we do know about Quantum Break leads us to believe it will be a bit unlike anything we've ever seen before, as Remedy Entertainment, the team behind Alan Wake, is attempting to blend television and gaming in some new and interesting ways. Do you think they can pull it off? Will it catch on with gamers? Let us know in the comments below.
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