Windows Central regularly streams Xbox One games on Twitch every weekend, giving our audience a chance to see a variety of games in action, chat with each other, and interact with our gaming staff. The games we stream have usually been released to market, but sometimes we get to look at big titles ahead of launch.
Tonight we took a special look at the biggest Xbox One game of the spring: Quantum Break from Remedy and Microsoft. This is your chance to see the time-bending adventure two weeks before release! We also gave out some great prizes. Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay!
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The long-awaited follow-up to Remedy's Alan Wake is nearly here!
Quantum Break follows hero Jack Joyce a man caught at the forefront of a dangerous experiment that "breaks time." With time unraveling and all life on the verge of ending, Jack must fight to repair the damage caused by his best friend's experiment gone awry. But the militaristic soldiers of the mysterious Monarch corporation will do anything to stop him.
- During tonight's stream, we'll be looking at Acts 1-2 and 1-3 of the game. Act 1-2 begins just after the catastrophic experiment has begun to damage time.
- Tuesday, March 29, we'll follow up with Acts 2-1 and 2-2.
Quantum Break features a thrilling narrative brought to life by expert voice acting and even live-action TV segments, stunning graphics, and unique time-based powers during combat. Will this be the Xbox One game of the year? Read Jez's detailed preview and then watch us play to get an idea before Quantum Break launches exclusively on Xbox One and Windows 10 on April 5!
We streamed Quantum Break for ~90. During that time, we gave out a total of 13 prizes:
- 1 Quantum Break full preorder - Donated by SgtTorrente!
- 2 Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Editions - Donated by Microsoft
- 1 - $25 Xbox Gift Code
- 9 - $10 Xbox Gift Codes
See the winners list at the end of this story.
How to watch Twitch livestreams
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On Windows Phone, you'll have to grab an unofficial app. There are several to choose from, each with different strengths and weaknesses. Only one app lets you search directly for our channel, though. If you use the others you'll have to find and follow us from a web browser first. Read the roundup to learn more!
Want to know what's next for Windows Central's Twitch programming? We stream a different game every Saturday (and sometimes Sunday). The stream always starts at the same time: 9pm Eastern (8pm Central, 6pm Pacific, 1am GMT). Over the next few weeks, we'll be streaming the following (schedule not finalized):
- Saturday, March 26: Dead or Alive 5 Last Round from Koei Tecmo – A $60 value!
- Tuesday, March 29: Quantum Break second preview stream
- April 2: Tachyon Project from Eclipse Games
- April 9, 16, 23: To be announced
- Saturday, April 30: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend from Koei Tecmo – A $60 value!
We hope you'll tune in as often as you can! Set a recurring alarm on your phone so you'll always know when it's time for the stream to start.
Congratulations to these lucky winners!
Quantum Break full game preorder - Donated by SgtTorrente!
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition - Donated by Microsoft!
$25 Xbox Gift Code
$10 Xbox Gift Codes
Tonight's prizes provided by Mobile Nations, Microsoft, and SgtTorrente. Thanks also to our Twitch stream moderators for keeping the peace and giving away the prizes!
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