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Quantum Break PC Patch 2 Brings Many Fixes, See Patch Notes Here

by Mike Guarino


The PC version of Remedy Entertainment’s recently-released Quantum Break just got a big patch, which brings lots of tweaks and fixes to some of the nagging issues with the game. The patch brings a quit option to the main menu, menu toggles for film grain and upscaling and a lot more.

Here’s the complete list of updates for the PC version of Quantum Break:

  • Fixed a few Unicode issues that prevented some users from launching the game
  • Fixed various keyboard input issues
  • Fixed aspect ratio and full screen scaling for non 16:9 resolutions
  • Enable Alt+Enter to switch between full screen and windowed mode
  • Fixed resolution selection when transitioning from windowed to fullscreen mode
  • Fixed frame timing not matching the refresh rate
  • Fixed options menu items being clickable even if they’re cropped
  • Fixed 1 px gaps sometimes visible in the PC keyboard key callout backgrounds
  • DRM fixes
  • Unlock descriptions for Will Diary 1 and Will Diary 2 are no longer reversed
  • Credits fixes
  • Fixed Jack’s subtitles not showing in some cinematics
  • Remedy logo fix
  • Fix for a rare bug that accidentally wiped progress after completing the game
  • Fixed rare instances of cloud saves failing and causing loss of progress
  • Fixes for making Xbox Live integration more fault-tolerant
  • Fixed in-game TV screen images which were sometimes grainy
  • Fixed circular progress bar alpha in the junction stats screen
  • Fixed rendering issues in the menus
  • Fixed issue in renderer when initializing participating media
  • Fixed video playback not always ending if the video was synced to audio
  • Act 2 Part 1: Fixed Nick pathing issues
  • Act 2 Part 3: Added collision on time machine corridor to prevent players accidentally falling to their death
  • Act 5: Fixed last subtitle going by too quickly to read
  • Act 5: Fixed missing line in Portuguese audio in an Act 5 cinematic

Quantum Break is available now for Xbox One and PC. Remedy is rumored to be working on a new game, with reports coming out suggesting that the development of the unknown game has been going on since last year.

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