Quantum Break and OneDrive app listings appear in the Windows Store



It looks like we may start seeing more big-name games appear in the Windows Store for Windows 10. Recently, we saw the release of Tomb Raider via the Windows Store and now the app listing for the upcoming game Quantum Break has appeared — but you can’t download it just yet (first spotted by @h0x0d). Here’s the app description for those curious:

From Remedy Entertainment, the masters of cinematic action games such as Max Payne and Alan Wake, comes Quantum Break, a time-amplified suspenseful blockbuster. The Quantum Break experience is part game, part live action show—where decisions in one dramatically affect the other. You are Jack Joyce, fighting the nefarious Monarch corporation to stop the end of time. Epic moments of destruction, frozen in chaotic “time stutters,” become playgrounds for intense combat. With a star-studded cast of actors from X-Men, Game of Thrones, The Wire and more, Quantum Break’s time-amplified story is a new and unique entertainment experience.

The app listing also lists the minimum specs in order to run the game, when it does become available — Windows 10 64-bit, at least 8GB of RAM, and at least 55GB of free storage space. The game appears to feature Xbox Live integration for Achievements, Game DVR support, Leaderboards, and more.

Quantum Break is set to be released on Windows 10 on April 5th, and now we know it will be purchasable via the Windows Store. You can watch the trailer of the game below.


Universal OneDrive app for Windows 10

The app listing for a OneDrive app has also appeared in the store after recent reports suggested Microsoft was working on a Universal Windows 10 app. The app is not available for download at this time, but key features will include:

  • Browse all your files and files shared with you.
  • Automatically upload photos and videos to your personal OneDrive account using camera upload.
  • Share your files.
  • Move, delete, and rename files, and create new folders.
  • Search for files and folders.
  • Share files to OneDrive from other apps.
  • Open files from OneDrive in other apps

Looks like we may be close to a beta release, so stay tuned. In the meantime, check out the app listing for OneDrive here.