Pre-ordering Quantum Break will bag you Alan Wake's American Nightmare, an Xbox 360 survival horror game that is backwards compatible with Xbox One. The title was released back in 2012, but now you'll be able to enjoy it on Microsoft's latest console as you join Alan Wake in rewriting reality.
If you pre-order Quantum Break for Xbox One, once the game is released you'll receive a promotional code within a week that will unlock access to American Nightmare. The package included with pre-orders not only contains the backwards compatible title, but also The Signal and The Writer add-ons.
If all this wasn't enough already, you'll also get the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break for free. Hit the link below to be taken to the Xbox Store where you can place an order.
Source: Major Nelson
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