Gamers got their first look at Quantum Break almost three years ago, but it wasn't until mid-2014 that Xbox One owners got some idea of when to expect it, as Microsoft announced that the game was scheduled to arrive in 2015. But last year, the launch of the game - which was designated an 'Xbox One exclusive' - was pushed back to 2016.
Today, though, Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment have finally set a launch date, along with other significant announcements surrounding the game's release.
Quantum Break will be launching on the Xbox One on April 5, 2016 - but Microsoft also announced today that the game will be launching on Windows 10 on the same day. And as if that surprise wasn't enough, the company also revealed that the Windows 10 version "will be available at no additional cost for those who digitally pre-order the game on Xbox One".
Additionally, every copy of Quantum Break for Xbox One will come with a full copy of Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake for Xbox 360, including the two add-on packs - The Signal and The Writer. On top of that, if you pre-order Quantum Break for the Xbox One via Xbox Store, or from participating retailers, you'll also get a full digital download of Alan Wake's American Nightmare for Xbox 360.