Quantum Error is a promising horror title for the PlayStation 5 in development. As the developers of Teamkill Media announced, we can look forward to a detailed gameplay preview next week.
The independent developers from Teamkill Media are currently working on the promising horror title Quantum Error, which is based on Unreal Engine 4 for the PS4 and PS5. After the creators of Teamkill Media regularly provided us with fresh details on the playful implementation of the game over the past few weeks, the studio has now announced the official gameplay reveal of the horror shooter.
This will take place as part of the Future Game Show on August 28, 2020, and give us a detailed look at Quantum Error. According to official information, Quantum Error will be based on genre classics such as Doom or Dead Space and will also make use of the exclusive possibilities of the DualSense controller on the PlayStation 5.
A few days ago, the developers at Teamkill Media responded to the rumors that Quantum Error on the PlayStation 5 was not having problems keeping a frame rate of 60 frames per second stable. Instead, it was pointed out that this value is already reached by the unoptimized PS5 version.
After Quantum Error was originally planned for a release at the end of 2020, Teamkill Media recently admitted that the title would need a little more development time and will only be released in 2021.
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— QUANTUM ERROR (@quantum_error) August 18, 2020
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