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Check out these awesome Quantum Break-inspired ringtones

The ring tones loop seamlessly and feature some of the most iconic sounds from the game. They're available in formats compatible with Windows, Android, and iOS-based phones, and the studio even threw in an Alan Wake ringtone and a full track inspired by Quantum Break for good measure.

"Get a Monarch solution to your ringtone needs and while you're at it, download and listen to the new original game soundtrack piece titled "Bridges of Hope", also featured in our recent Quantum Break tribute."

"To get the ringtone to your Windows or Android phone, download the MP3 file by using your phone and select it as the ringtone from the phone audio settings. To get the ringtone to your iPhone, download the M4R file to your computer, transfer it to the phone with iTunes and select it as the ringtone from the phone audio settings."

You can head over to Remedy's website to preview and download the ringtones. I think I'm going to pick up that Alan Wake tone; it's rather serene.

If you enjoyed the music of Quantum Break, know that the studio has also released an official soundtrack, which is available on the Windows Store (opens in new tab), and for free as part of the Groove Music Pass.

Quantum Break is smashing sales records for Microsoft, becoming its fastest selling new-IP so far this generation, while debuting at number one in the UK charts. If you haven't already, check out our full review right over here.

Check out Remedy's Quantum Break ringtones

Jez Corden is a Senior Editor for Windows Central, focusing primarily on all things Xbox and gaming. Jez is known for breaking exclusive news and analysis as relates to the Microsoft ecosystem while being powered by caffeine. Follow on Twitter @JezCorden and listen to his Xbox Two podcast, all about, you guessed it, Xbox!

  • Is there a page where I can get the monarch symbol picture like on the phones in the game? Posted from Windows Central for Windows 10
  • I found this!, pretty cool. More here:
  • if i see u with it, im stopping time to punch you.
  • What I really want, is a Monarch Solutions back plate for my Lumia 830.
  • Why am I not surprised adding a ringtone to an iPhone would involve an 18-step process?
  • haha, I thought that... (don't tell iMore)
  • It's a 2 step process for Windows phone and Android Posted via Universal Windows App on W10
  • Yes, that was his point. Posted from Windows Central for XL
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  • Thanks alot Jez. Sometimes I forget that my cell phone can be used as a phone still. ;) I got a few including the Alan Wake one.
  • haha, I never use my phone as a phone either, always on silent too
  • I can download them but can't set one as a tone.
  • Same, I've downloaded them and put them in the ringtones folder but cant see either in the drop down menu when in the sound settings.
  • Using Ringtone Maker from Microsoft (Ex Nokia) pick the file using this app then use the set as ringtone feature of the app