The closer we get to the release date for the previously Xbox One exclusive game Quantum Break, the more news start to emerge.
Recently Microsoft’s Window Store (via WCCF Tech) updated their listing for Quantum Break, giving users a better understanding of how much space they will need to clear off before downloading the game.Thanks to the listing we now know that Quantum Break for the PC (via Windows Store), will require 36GB of free hard drive space.
That is a pretty good chunk of hard drive space, especially since it’s a single player game. However, if you do decide to pull the trigger on pre-ordering Quantum Break, it does come with pretty good incentives including a free copy of the PC version, a backwards compatible version of the 360 game Alan Wake and the Alan Wake spin-off American Nightmare.
A couple of weeks ago, we got the official announcement on Quantum Break going gold, which means the game is complete. The game going gold over a month before release can mean a lot of things, especially because the game went through an a main character overhaul and was pushed back from releasing in 2015 to 2016 last year.