Even though it was a tightly controlled demo, Quantum Break seems to be firing on all cylinders on Windows 10.
The very fact we would have doubt is a sad prospect, but given the less than perfect introduction the Windows 10 Store has had with AAA games, it’s there. Microsoft might be giving it away to Xbox One pre-order customers, but it’s not to those who just want it on the PC.
Not that being free to anyone excuses anything.
It’s fortunate then that from what we’ve seen, the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break is solid. Microsoft has been offering the British public it’s first chance to get it’s hands on the eagerly awaited title at the recent Insomnia Gaming Festival, on both PC and console.