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    Quantum Break may no longer receive new Windows Store patches

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      Quantum Break may no longer receive new Windows Store patches as game moves to Steam

      "Quantum Break’s troubled PC launch on the Windows 10 Store may not have been Gears of War Ultimate Edition-levels of bad, but it was far from ideal. A massive 27GB patch in May alleviated some problems, but feedback from sites like Eurogamer and PCGamesHardware.de (German) indicates that the game as a whole remains in pretty rough shape, especially on certain cards. "

       

      "Even so, this isn’t going to sit right with buyers who forked over good cash for a substandard API implementation and are now essentially being told to buy the Steam version at full price if they want the experience they should’ve gotten in the first place. Microsoft’s complete failure to perform any kind of quality control on its Windows Store titles are indicative of its general failure to transform the Windows Store from a cesspool where garbage software goes to die to anything worth using — but it looks like it’ll be end-users who pay the price for Remedy’s lack of experience and Microsoft’s willingness to look the other way. "

       

      Quantum Break may no longer receive new Windows Store patches as game moves to Steam | ExtremeTech