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‘Quantum Break’ and ‘TitanFall’ VGX announcement details hinted

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Geoff Keighley has hinted at some of the potential announcements in regards to two upcoming Xbox One video games, “Quantum Break” and “TitanFall.” According to a report from Gear Nuke on Nov. 30, the television host posted a message teasing that Xbox fans should have plenty to “look forward to” next week.

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Geoff Keighley went on to confirm that the first gameplay video will be shown off for “Quantum Break.” Furthermore, a few “big new reveals” will also be announced for “TitanFall.” You can find some screenshots from both titles in the slideshow to the left of this article and his comments below:

Xbox fans have a lot to look forward to at VGX next week: First gameplay of Quantum Break and some big new reveals from @Titanfallgame

The VGX is a re-branded version of the annual Video Game Awards. The event is expected to take place starting at 3:00 p.m. PST on Dec. 7 with a new three hour format. With the longer running time, developers will be able to provide extended live demos and answer fan questions.

“Quantum Break” is currently in development at Remedy Entertainment, the same studio that worked on the “Alan Wake” and “Max Payne” series. A release date has not yet been announced by Microsoft Studios, the publisher of the Xbox One exclusive video game.

Respawn Entertainment is the developer of “TitanFall,” which is being published by Electronic Arts. The first-person shooter will be coming out in March 11, 2014.

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


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