Aaron Greenberg Debunks Quantum Break’s Rumored Delay

By   /   Mar 10, 2015

Yesterday saw one Dae Jim – supposedly Microsoft’s Dutch Community & Social Media Coordinator – take to Twitter to say that Quantum Break has possibly been delayed to early 2016.

Remedy Entertainment’s upcoming third-person shooter action title for the Xbox One was before this set for a release this holiday season. Naturally the news of it getting delayed didn’t bode well with the Xbox community.

However, it has come to light that this individual doesn’t even work at Microsoft. Today saw Aaron Greenberg, head of marketing for Xbox, respond to fans about the game’s rumored delay.

“Never heard of the guy, was told he is not a Microsoft employee,” he said about the individual. Since then, Jim posted a clarification to divert some of the heat off and has also removed the “Dutch Community & Social Media Coordinator at Microsoft” portion from his profile.

So with that, it’s safe to assume that Quantum Break is still on track for a late 2015 release. The game will blend live-action sequences with regular gameplay. A Quantum Break television series is also in production, where “how you play the game impacts the show, and the show informs how you play the game.”

Quantum Break was announced last year at E3 and so far has everyone hooked.