Actor Shawn Ashmore feels weird about you killing his character in Quantum BreakThe hero of Quantum Break explains how the game blends interactive and live-action elements, and why it's unlike anything you've ever played before.
[MUSIC] I mean, I got involved with Quantum Break kind of like a lot of great opportunities in my career. I just got a call from my agent saying, hey, Microsoft and Xbox are Starting this new IP, and they're interested in talking to you about it. And Remedy Entertainment's gonna be involved. And I know Remedy, I love Remedy games. I beat Max Payne on the set of X-Men 2. So this short story with Quantum Break, it's basically about a time travel experiment that goes awry. And Jack Joyce our lead character and Paul Serene, who is their best friend in the beginning basically gain these utilities through this experiment going army, and really what the game is about is stopping the end of time. So, there's these huge stinks, it's a science fiction action adventure shooter. Along with an incredibly in-depth live action in gameshow. So this was a totally different experience and the motion cap process is in one way which is really challenging, because you're working in an environment were nothing. I mean, I'm sure everybody seen it, now you wear those suits. And you have a head cam, and you're in a sort of a blank, empty warehouse. And it's just actors and a few basic props, and that's it. For me, what I care about, the story is huge and exciting, but there is real, relatable drama. To me, the idea of two friends becoming the worst of enemies is something that I want To explore and know about that. That's like just good drama. So when you put it in the mix of this gigantic science fiction adventure, I think that's something people are going to really enjoy. [SOUND]