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Remedy is working to fix Quantum Break issues on PC and Xbox One

Remedy Entertainment has responded to complaints over the game’s performance on Windows 10 and Xbox One.

The developer has confirmed it is working to resolve a number of problems on both platforms.

“We are aware that some players are facing issues with the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break and some extent on Xbox One. We want to let you know that we are working diligently with Microsoft Studios on addressing all the feedback,” the studio said in a statement.

“We want to thank our fans again for all their continued support for Remedy and apologize for any problems you have faced playing Quantum Break. We are paying close attention to forums and the discussion online about Quantum Break and are doing our best to solve the issues you are experiencing.”

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You can check out the full list of issues on Remedy’s website, along with a few temporary solutions if you’re having any trouble.

Despite some teething problems, we enjoyed Quantum Break, scoring it a solid 7/10 in our review, praising its “engaging time-control gunplay, its spectacular stutters and its sci-fi storyline.”

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