Hype for Gamescom is quickly building up and one of our most anticipated games here at OnlySP is finally going to be revealed.


Quantum Break skipped E3 2014 due to not being ready at the time, thus a teaser was released by Microsoft and Remedy confirming that the game would be at Gamescom instead, with the first actual gameplay of the game being shown. We’ve gotten a few screenshots, and the teaser showed a few seconds of footage, and already we can tell that it’s looking good.

Remedy’s Twitter account is fueling the hype, responding to a gamers questions saying the demo at Gamescom will leave you “speechless”. Obviously, that’s PR talking, but it’s great to see how much confidence Remedy has in its project.

For the uninformed, Quantum Break will not be releasing this year, but is expected to release sometime during the summer of 2015, or as with most games of this caliber, Fall 2015.

We’re looking forward to seeing the game in action for the first time and will bring you all the latest details on the game as soon as they become available. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with all the latest news on Quantum Break and other single player gaming titles.

Nick Calandra
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  1. These guys seem pretty damn confident. Hope they can deliver! Totally excited!

  2. Speechless??so that means it wont look anything like what they have shown but will be downgraded

    1. Ahhhhh you tit.

  3. This game will take out the best looking game this gen so far RYSE.

    1. That would be The Order 1886.

      1. You mean that joyless corridor shooter on rails that was supposed to replace Gears of War but doesn’t even have multiplayer?

        That game with black bars on the top and bottom of the screen so that Sony can once again invite a lawsuit by faking 1080p?

        Let’s see…no. The Order is just another example of Sony putting out a game with a smaller world with less happening just so that it brag about visuals.

        Same thing is happening with drive club now. Sony taking zero risks in game design. The Order is DOA.

        1. You can hate on it all you want (typical Xbox fanboy who will never win a gen unlike us who are about to win 3), it will be the better looking game in the end.

          1. We all saw the Order at E3. It did not impress anyone. Not even Sony fanboys were bragging about the showing and everyone more or less pretends it never happened. The game is what it is.

            Its a linear, on the rails, Heavy Rain-like, interactive movie posing as a game. It has some decent visuals in spots but its really not a game that Xbox fans are petitioning to get.

            I really hope you enjoy the game but I find it very boring from a game design perspective and would not be picking it up even if I had a PS4.

            Next gen is supposed to be about bigger worlds and more on screen action. We know Sony can build the prettiest closets in gaming but, at the end of the day, those little narrow worlds are still just closets.

            Just my opinion.

          2. Speak for yourself, because it sure as hell impressed me.
            There are plenty of reports out there as well of people that have actually played the game that liked The Order: 1886.

            And nothing you said has anything to do with what I said.

            Besides not every game needs to have a big open world. I prefer linear games from time to time too, and i’m sure Quantum Break will be linear as well.

            TLOU was linear, and it received 200+ GOTY awards and a 95 on Metacritic.

        2. Man, you cannot put so much hate toward The Order because it’s a third person shooter then turn around and praise Quantum Break, that makes no sense at all.

          Talk about a no risk approach to design: your main character is a regular looking dude wearing Jeans and a Jacket, running around shooting a regular looking gun and playing with time lapses… and they made live action cut scenes… GROUND F@#%ING BREAKING if we were in 1991! (Honestly this depends how the story is told and the encounters challenge you, all stories have been told before you know).

          As for Driveclub: it makes all other racing games look like cartoons.

          Honestly, taking your approach, only games that appear on an xbox platform are any good… it makes no sense at all, all Quantum Break has shown so far are a few screenshots, some bits of video and a cheesy as hell live actor scene in the reveal, I don’t think there is any ground in saying it will be amazing, if anything you should be worried about the emphasis on the live TV BS they put in your games (thankfully MS is phasing this out).

          1. You need to relax. I’m not “hating” on anything. In my opinion, the game design of the Order is very weak. Running down one alley or one hallway to duck behind a conveniently placed rock or desk for 10 hours does not sound like fun to me.

            We were initially told this would be like Gears of War and when that turned out to be false, a lot of gamers lost interest in the game. This direction Sony is taking towards “interactive movie” games (like Heavy Rain) has been cited as a problem by lots of gamers in the past.

            Some people like that direction. Some people don’t. Its just a difference of opinions. Try not to get so emotional. We’re discussing video games here not the Gaza strip.

          2. Well as someone who presents himself with a “serious” opinion, you should wait and see until the game is released to put such a firm judgment on it (assuming you are equipped to play it).

            I don’t think anyone from Ready at Dawn told the press or you “We are making a Gears of War game”… it’s certainly a failure, because there is no space marines and it looks nothing like Gears… As for the Heavy Rain link, it also makes no sense, there is clearly shooting going on, heavy rain is almost only QTE based interactions…

            Now the parts they showed off the most were some shooting in London (which can look corridor-y in a lot of places)… + interactive cut scenes/melee, now if you look at a title like The Last of Us this would have been possible to show it like so, then when you play the game you notice that: 1 – encounters are varied and the environment are large enough that they can be taken on in many many different ways, something most action titles cannot claim.
            2- Yes the game has some “cinematic” feel to it, but so does Gears… what you say about “sony” pushing for cinematic games has no basis in reality, Beyond Two Sould was already much more “game like” than Heavy Rain. This angle should especially not come from someone who is praising Quantum Break, this game has actual TV elements bundled in it, these are not interactive at all, possibly MUCH worse than the nit picking you do in your criticism.. especially given how cheesy that TV scene looked.

            Now, I don’t want to say one game will be better than the other, the point is, what you say on one is as generic game commentary as they come on these discussions, the double standard is obvious and makes you look like some fanboy, especially since what we saw of quantum break was arguably less special in therms of lore and even more standard in therms of gameplay (I don’t expect every game to re-invent the wheel, shooting has been done well for a while now, videos of it will rarely make a game look “ground breaking” but since you are comparing the two…).

          3. I shouldn’t have to say this but its quite obvious that my opinion of the game is limited to what I’ve been shown so far. And to the extent that what I’ve been shown so far has failed to impress, the fault for that lies with the developers or publishers of the game.

            No one told them to showcase a series of narrow corridor or hallway gameplay clips to market the game. I am reacting to what has been shown. Its difficult to understand how I can be called a “fanboy” for simply giving my opinion.

            I’m sorry the opinion grates you so much but it was respectfully stated at that time I gave it. I can’t be blamed for your unhealthy emotional attachment to a piece of plastic known as the PS4.

            The reality is that the Order has not shown well since its reveal and that the hype for the game is fairly low right now. The constant dual shockers and n4g articles about the visuals have only reinforced perspectives that the game has nothing to offer in terms of gameplay.

            For some gamers, that’s not an issue. For some gamers, it is. Again, its a difference of opinion. No need to throw a temper tantrum. Part of growing up means being able to handle opposing view points. Hopefully I’ve helped you mature some on that front.

            Nothing wrong with personal growth after all. Now you run along and have a good day.

          4. The Order is not an “interactive movie” like Heavy Rain.

        3. The Order is 1080p native with 1920×800 pixels displayed. There will be no lawsuit. The Order 1920*800 = 1,536,000 pixels

          The Order seems like a well done third person shooter with gameplay variety and a strong story . It will review and sell well. You should give the game a chance.

          “Cover shooters” with a story focus are among some of the highest rated games last gen (The Last of Us, Uncharted, Gears of War, etc.). TLOU gameplay is considered good on the highest difficulty mode with a focus on survival, conservation, and stealth.

          Driveclub got great impressions at E3 2014, it’s like a next-gen PGR with connected social features and club competition. Most E3 2014 impressions state it plays well and looks great. It will review well and sell decently. It’s the best looking console racing game. Driveclub’s weather effects look amazing running on PS4’s more powerful console hardware.

          Driveclub is channeling Project Gotham Racing, one of Xbox’s most beloved arcade racers. Those games didn’t have any customization beyond paint jobs and you know what? They were still amazing. It’s an arcade racer, different from sim racers, it doesn’t necessarily need fine tuning customizations. Not inherently better or worse.

          Closed and open world racers are different experiences, not inherently better or worse than one another.

          Weather is confirmed free in a patch soon after launch. It was demoed in-game to journalists at E3 2014, it’s basically finished.

          Both The Order and Driveclub are going to be good games, you should give them a chance.

    2. The Order, Uncharted 4, Driveclub, and pretty much any Naughty Dog game will trump Ryse’s visuals while running at a higher resolution and framerate.

      Driveclub at E3 2014 was widely called the best looking console racing game, and impressions of The Order frequently cited that they couldn’t tell when the cutscene ended and gameplay began due to the CG-like nature of the visuals.

      1. RYSE recently recieved the SIGGRAPH award for Best Real-Time Graphics. So Marc is correct in that, and your unprovable opinion is… well pointless

        1. It’s all opinion, it can’t be “correct”.

          PS4 is the more powerful console, thus it has the potential for more computationally intensive visual calculations, that will generally be perceived as better by most.

          1. You can’t equate a prestigious award to a single opinion. Look point is, which you already know, RYSE is the best looking game so far this gen as OP stated…

            PS4 will undoubtedly come out with a better looking game, the 3 you mentioned are certainly poised to do so, but that’s the issue, they’re not out yet…

            Yes PS4 is the more powerful, so what? can you not apprecate great visuals on a less powerful console without wanting ND to get the better of Crytex?

            That makes no sense to me, it’s like because the PS4 is +30% more powerful screw the fact that Xbox can come up with some amazing visuals in 900p. That’s were it ends too, the game isn’t that great, just looks great.

          2. Ryse is a very good looking game but I found infamous open world visuals at a higher res/framerate more technically impressive. Opinions!

  4. Can’t wait!! Remedy have such a good team, still blown away by how good Alan Wake is!

  5. just show us something, already, geez

  6. As long as its microsoft exlusive I dont care

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