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Quantum Break live-action trailer shows off famous villains

Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment have released a new trailer for Quantum Break ahead of its release next week.

The brief live-action trailer focuses on antagonist Paul Serene, head of the Monarch Solutions. You may also know him as Littlefinger in HBO’s Game of Thrones.

Serene aims to control the future by manipulating time for his own selfish gains, and protagonist Jack Joyce is the only one capable of stopping him.

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The trailer is accompanied by a post on Xbox Wire teasing the game’s plot:

“In Quantum Break, the difficult choices you are challenged to make in the game ripple throughout the entire story, impacting the events of both the game and integrated live-action entertainment to create an action-packed, modern-day thriller that can be experienced in different ways.”

Quantum Break will launch on April 5 for Xbox One and Windows 10.

If you pre-order digitally on Xbox One you will receive a free download code for the PC version.

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