55 minutes of Quantum Break gameplay

Plus, Alan Wake's Return trailer hidden in the game?

Quantum Break

IGN has gone up with 55 minutes of Quantum Break gameplay as part of its IGN First for the month of March.

The game gives players the ability to manipulate time to solve puzzles, stop bullets, and defeat enemies. The 55 minutes of footage walks viewers through the game’s first act and beginning of the second act.

Also related, PCWorld apparently found a trailer for something called “Alan Wake’s Return” during their preview of the game. The name was trademarked just recently. And developer Remedy Entertainment even tweeted about it.

Quantum Break is due out for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs on April 5. Pre-orders for the Xbox One version at participating retailers include a free download of the PC version. Read more about that here.

Watch the footage below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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