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Quantum Break for PC?

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Havel, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. Havel

    Havel Master Guru

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    http://gematsu.com/2016/01/quantum-b...ated-pc-brazil

    http://portal.mj.gov.br/Classificaca...go_codigo=7100

    Waiting an official announce. :)
    Of course we'll have some news after the release on Xbox one :D
     
  2. WhiteLightning

    WhiteLightning Don Illuminati Staff Member

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    Well microsoft is allowing releases of other games as well (unlike sony) so it could very well come to pc.
     
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    If it happens it'll be a Windows 10 exclusive. I'd bet vital parts of my anatomy on that.
     
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    sertopico Master Guru

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    Maybe we'll play it in 2 years, not earlier than that. I hate exclusives. :bang:
     

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    cerebus23 Ancient Guru

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    What? sony has gotten better, mgs 5, and a bunch of other ps titles have come to pc.

    Both companies want their exclusives though, and ms ties to pc vs xbox have done far more to hurt pc gaming over the last 10 years or so than anything sony has done.

    Hell dx12 would not even be wo amd pushing mantle and kicking the ass of MS to finally do a decent dx upgrade.
     
  6. Havel

    Havel Master Guru

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    Yep. 100%
    And I think it will happen in 6 months. Hype! :D

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    sammarbella Ancient Guru

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    YES!

    There is no reason to buy an underpowered "next gen" console if all his "exclusives" get the PC version sooner or later.

    The new "microsoft exclusive" label to include Windows in the exclusivity is a PR move trying to fool some X1 owners to don't feel scammed.

    :D
     
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    Apparently this same ratings board did the same with all other MS 360 exclusives that never came to PC GOW\Halo etc.
     
  9. Damien_Azreal

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    Yeah, until there's anything official from Remedy... I wouldn't get too excited just yet.

    Remember, Alan Wake didn't come to PC because Microsoft wanted it there.
    It only came to PC because Remedy owned the IP, and after their deal with MS ended, they ported it to PC, and paid to do so themselves.
     
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    Agreed, don't expect this game to arrive this year on PC, just because it appeared on a brazilian board. So many times console exclusives were listed to be scheduled for PC as well and in the end... Nothing. It could be simply an error.

    Official announcement = real thing.
     

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    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    why the crap did i buy an X1 then ?!!
     
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    Pretty much the only game I wanted from X1, fingers crossed.
     
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    http://www.gamespot.com/articles/quantum-break-pc-version-confirmed/1100-6434694/

    Confirmed, releases April 5th.

    EDIT: DirectX 12 only it seems so Win10 exclusive.

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    (Min isn't too bad though it could be with all options off at a lower res, but a newer i7 4Ghz CPU, 16 GB RAM and Fury X or 980Ti as recommended so either it's a poor port or it has all sorts of additions over the XBO version or it's for 4K or something.)
     
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    Also Gears 4 and Scalebound coming to PC as well. Why do we need an Xbox One? :p

    Those are some really high recommended specs.
     
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    Seems so, though Gamespot has since edited the article apparently.
    http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1182803
     
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    Happiest announcement since Shadow Warrior 2 last year. :D
     
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    Maybe recommended is for 4K?

    I hope.
     
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    You guys should more focused on minimum than recommended. i5 + gtx760 to able to play at lowest settings is more concerning. Isnt this DX12 tittle should more lower hardware friendly?
     
  20. JonasBeckman

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    In benchmarks and such sure but in actual games the gains are more around 10 - 15% from what I remember, of course that was done some time ago and the game tested was made for both DX11 and DX12 so when built with the newest SDK's and designed from the ground up for DX12 the gains could be higher. :)
    (More drawcalls and better CPU usage should help a bit too but if they use it to implement nicer effects then performance will of course decrease.)
     

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