Watch Quantum Break’s full launch trailer for Windows 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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On April 5th, 2016, Remedy Entertainment’s highly-anticipated Quantum Break will launch globally on Xbox One and Windows 10.

To satiate some curiosity, the developer finally released the launch trailer of the game, featuring some impressive time-bending action courtesy of X-Men star Shawn Ashmore who plays Jack Joyce and Aidan Gillen of The Wire and Game of Thrones playing Paul Serene. Check it out below:

The game’s premise centers on Joyce’s ability to stop time temporarily, allowing him to escape from attacks or freeze enemies. He also has a few other tricks up his sleeve, such as”Time Blast”, “Time Rush”, “Time Shield,” and “Time Dodge.” Serene, on the other hand, can see into the future to better decided which choices to make in the present.

The game takes place in the fictional Riverport University after a time travel experiment goes wrong. The game’s cast is notable, with such reputed actors as Dominic Monaghan who played Meriadoc Brandybuck in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings epic film trilogy along with Lance Reddick who, best known for portraying Cedric Daniels in The Wire.

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