It was revealed yesterday that Quamtum Break would be being removed from Xbox Game Pass, but today, Remedy Entertainment has said that the removal is only temporary.
Speaking on his official Twitter accountthe firm said that the game was pulled due to some licenses that expired and were in the process of being renewed.
The studio said it will let everyone know when Quantum Break is expected to return.
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Quantum Break by Remedy Entertainment has been listed as one of the games that will be leaving Xbox Game Pass this month.
As spotted by Eurogamer, Quantum Break, the video game/TV show hybrid, appears to be leaving Game Pass sometime in April according to the Game Pass app (I checked the app myself and it’s still listed as an outlet at the time of writing). ). ). Games come and go from the service every month, though this one is a bit more notable since it’s exclusive to the Xbox console. It’s a third-party title, but you’d think Xbox might want to keep its exclusive titles on the service at the very least.
At the time of its release, Quantum Break received fairly mixed reviews, with some critics being impressed by the graphics and gameplay, but a frequent criticism was that the game didn’t come together very well as a complete package. It starred actors like Shawn Ashmore, known for his live-action portrayal of Iceman in the X-Men film series, and others like Aiden Gillan, Dominic Monaghan, and the late Lance Reddick.
The full list of titles coming to Game Pass for the first half of April has yet to be revealed, though Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo will hit the service when it makes its Xbox debut on April 12. to Xbox, you will receive a big update on all platforms that adds a new game mode, quality of life improvements, extended story scenes and new locations to visit.