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‘Halo,’ ‘Quantum Break’ and ‘Sunset Overdrive’ release dates hinted for E3 2014

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Phil Spencer has provided more details in regards to his company’s plans with the upcoming E3 2014 event. According to a report by Softpedia on Jan. 21, a fan asked the corporate vice president of Microsoft Game Studios if the release dates for “Halo,” “Quantum Break” and “Sunset Overdrive” will be announced at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.

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He responded by saying that most of the dates “will be clear to fans” when the company is done with the annual press conference at the E3 2014 event. Microsoft Game Studios previously confirmed that “Halo” and “Sunset Overdrive” are both expected to come out before the end of this year. The company has not yet committed to a release date time frame for “Quantum Break.” Phil Spencer’s comments suggested that all three titles are being planned for release sometime after the E3 2014, which takes place in the middle of June.

The next mainline video game from the “Halo” series is being developed by 343 Industries exclusively for the Xbox One. You can take a look at some screens from the sci-fi first-person shooting video game with the slideshow gallery to the left side of this article.

“Quantum Break” is being worked on by Remedy Entertainment while Insomniac Games is responsible for the development of “Sunset Overdrive.” All three aforesaid games are going to be published by Microsoft Game Studios.

You can order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Halo,” “Quantum Break,” “Sunset Overdrive” and Xbox One.

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