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Remedy Entertainment has pushed through a new update for Quantum Break on the PC, and this one actually goes on to fix a lot of the problems faced by players. One egregious problem, the lack of an actual, proper ‘Quit’ button has been addressed: the game will now feature a Quit button on the main menu. There are also new graphics options for the game, including the option to disable Film Grain and the games “reconstruction” tech (aka Upscaling).

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The “Upscaling” technology used in the game essentially rendered the game at a lower resolution than the one selected in graphics options, and then ‘upscaled’ to that resolution, resulting in a blurry picture. This can now be turned off, and the results are kind of breathtaking.

Another addition to the game is the option to switch from full-screen mode to windowed by pressing Alt+Enter, and reports say that the game’s G-Sync problems have also been fixed. Apart from these additions, there are a number of fixes integrated into the update: including keyboard input issues, frame timing not matching the refresh rate, pathing issues, aspect ratio and full screen scaling for non-16:9 resolutions, and more. Check out the full changelog below, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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  • Jack Riktors

    Now we just need to be able to buy it on Steam so we can play it. I can’t even figure out how I’d buy the game.