Today is quite an important day for Remedy, as exactly one year ago Quantum Break was released to the public. The game was extremely well received by gamers and media alike and was praised for its graphics and unique way of storytelling. PayneReactor was able to check out the game a few days before release. You can read all about my experience in the extensive review I’ve written at the time.
However, an anniversary would be nothing without some celebrations and in the coming days that’s exactly what Remedy is planning to do. Along with partner fan site The Sudden Stop we’ve helped Remedy gather the best the community has to offer. From videos to fan art to music playlists, we’re covering it all.
Check out the following page at remedygames.com where Remedy’s Thomas Puha has a few interesting statistics to share with us (for example, over 50% of the total amount of players watched the full presentation of Paul Serene early in the game). In addition, Remedy has created a few Spotify playlists with music from and inspired by the game. Last but not least are a few funky ringtones to spice up your Quantum Phone. Go check it out.
There is more to come in the following days, so keep checking PayneReactor’s social channels regularly if you want all updates. Alternatively, like Remedy on Facebook, follow them on Twitter or Instagram to not miss out on any of the action.
Remedy is currently busy with development on Crossfire 2’s singleplayer and “Project 7”. No further details about these projects were released.