IGN in co ordinance with Remedy have released an extended gameplay vid of Quantum Break.
The game looks amazing in my books, and is sure to be a day one for me. Would like to see if there are any other ways to manipulate time before release. But I am just happy to see more of this game.
Remedy have a stellar record for making narrative driven action games along the likes of Max Payne and Alan Wake and this looks no different.
Quantum Break is available next year exclusively on Xbox One.
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Soon there will be many gameplay vids that will be able to show off 60fps on youtube. “Your video game footage with crazy high frame rates will soon look as awesome on YouTube as it does when you’re playing, when we launch support for 48 and even 60 frames per second in the coming months,” YouTube noted on its company blog.
One this is for sure. It makes Battlefield look even nicer.
It’s 2013 and most people these days have a Youtube channel. It therefore came as no surprise that both Sony and Microsoft confirmed that their new consoles would feature a series of upload tools, allowing gamers to share their gameplay experiences with the online community.
Unfortunately, those of you looking forward to using this new service will have to wait a while, as Microsoft has stated that Facebook and Youtube integration will not be available until next year. Sure, standard uploads will be available right away, however I cannot see these being as popular.
For those keeping score, it should be noted that the PlayStation 4 will not feature Youtube integration at launch either, however Facebook functionality will be there.
With all these missing features (on both consoles I hasten to add), I’m personally getting the feeling that these new pieces of hardware are being rushed to market in time for Christmas and probably should have been held back a few months.
Dave – NGXN