GAME no longer bundling Alan Wake's American Nightmare with Quantum Break

If you've pre-ordered Quantum Break and will be receiving Alan Wake's American Nightmare, you may want to double check with the retailer to ensure you're still getting the extra game. GAME UK is having to replace the latter from the bundle due to age rating issues. Unfortunately, Quantum Break is rated PEGI 16, while Alan Wake's American Nightmare is PEGI 18.

You'll still be getting Quantum Break, but depending on where you pre-order from, you might receive a different second title. This is due to Quantum Break (the title you technically purchase) is rated for younger audiences. Here's the alert in full on GAME UK's website:

"Unfortunately there's been a slight change to our pre-order offer. Quantum Break is rated PEGI 16, but Alan Wake's American Nightmare is PEGI 18. This means that we can't include it as part of our offer, as it's rated higher than the game being sold.We're really sorry! To make up for it, we'd like to offer you a code for Kameo: Elements of Power, an epic Xbox 360 game now playable on Xbox One. We'll send this over to you via email at the launch of Quantum Break. You can still get your hands on American Nightmare absolutely free if you visit us in-store at launch with proof of purchase and valid photo ID.We're sorry for any inconvenience."

GAME in the UK will replace American Nightmare with Kameo: Elements of Power. Though you can still get the title for free if you visit the store at launch with proof of purchase and photo ID. As noted already, do check with the retailer you're pre-ordering with. Amazon simply has a notice to alert buyers of the age rating differences between the two, but appear to be honoring orders.

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