Gamers can now breathe a sigh of relief as Quantum Break has made its return to Steam and PC Game Pass. The time-bending third-person shooter game developed by Remedy Entertainment was pulled from sale earlier this month due to expired licenses. However, the game has been restored to the storefronts and game subscription service after just three weeks.
Expired licenses are a common issue that can sometimes cause older games to disappear forever. This was the case with the Project Cars games, but fortunately, Remedy assured gamers that Quantum Break would return once the licenses were sorted out. The studio has kept its word and made the game available again on its various platforms.
The news of Quantum Break’s return coincides with Remedy’s Q1 business review, which revealed that Alan Wake 2, a sequel to Alan Wake, is still on track for release later this year. The studio also confirmed that Control 2 has progressed well, and the multiplayer Control spinoff currently known as Codename Condor is in the proof-of-concept stage.
While Remedy hasn’t tweeted about Quantum Break’s return yet, Xbox Games Marketing Vice President Aaron Greenberg announced it on Twitter. He expressed his gratitude to the gamers for their patience and thanked the team for addressing the issue.
Quantum Break’s return is excellent news for fans of the game, and they can now enjoy it once again on their preferred platform. It’s also a testament to Remedy’s commitment to its fans and its determination to bring its popular games back to life, even if it means dealing with the occasional hiccup along the way.