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First Quantum Break gameplay footage shown off at GamesCom

The first Quantum Break gameplay footage has been shown off during the Microsoft press conference at GamesCom 2014.

Previously, we’ve only been teased by mini trailers for the bizarre live-action/gameplay blended title, but now we’ve been treated to an extended look at the actual gameplay.

The game is coming from developer Remedy, responsible for Alan Wake and Max Payne and there are definite influences from both games in Quantum Break.

The gameplay you can watch below is a unique blend fast paced action and slower, time-lapse sections where hero Jack moves through frozen time.

It looks like you’ll be able to use time to your advantage, especially when you’re coming up against the mechanised enemy forces. However, it looks like they are immune to Jack’s time manipulating powers.

Quantum Break is turning out to be one of the most exciting games coming to Xbox One in the near future. Take a look at why with the trailer below.

We’re getting an extensive look at the game at GamesCom so stay tuned for more Quantum Break news.

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