Following the announcement that Xbox One and PC title, Quantum Break would be coming to popular PC platform Steam, it turns out that more Microsoft-published titles could follow suit in the future.
In an interview with DualShockers, Xbox Marketing Boss Aaron Greenberg said that Microsoft-published games would be coming to the digital store “where it makes sense.” Unfortunately, however, Greenberg didn’t specify exactly how Microsoft would decide what games would come to Steam, and which ones would remain exclusive to the Windows Store.
“Well, from a first-party standpoint, over the years, we’ve always had titles in the Steam store. From Age of Empires, to Alan Wake, to even more recently we had titles like Ori and State of Decay” Greenberg said. “We’re excited to have brought Quantum Break there, we know there are fans of the Steam store, and customers that we can reach that will enable the title to have even more success.”
Quantum Break is due to release on Steam on September 14. You will not require Windows 10 to play it, either.
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