Dennis Leschnikowski | September 18, 2023 – 8:22 a.m
The horror title “Quantum Error” developed by TeamKill Media will be released for the PlayStation 5 in November. A newly released trailer looks at the various features of the Sony console, which are integrated into the game in a harmonious way.
The developers at TeamKill Media are currently working on the horror title “Quantum Error,” which will be released for the PlayStation 5 this fall.
After it has been promised several times in recent weeks that the indie studio will make intelligent use of the technical possibilities and features of the Sony console on the PlayStation 5, a new trailer is available to view that addresses this topic.
Accordingly, “Quantum Error” will be displayed on the PS5 in 4K and 60FPS and will have no visible loading times thanks to the SSD. The developers also integrate the adaptive triggers and haptic feedback into the gameplay and also use the integrated microphone of the DualSense controller.
This is used, for example, when reviving a character.
An unknown creature causes terror
In “Quantum Error” our path leads to the 22nd century, in which artificial intelligence has largely determined people’s lives and taken on a large number of their tasks. In 2109, the Monad Quantum Research Facility, located 30 kilometers off the California coast, is attacked by an unknown creature that causes fear and terror in the research facility.
When a fire breaks out, the facility is sealed off and an emergency call is made to the Garboa fire department in San Francisco. In the role of Captain Jacob Thomas, we head towards the Monad Quantum Research Facility and experience how a simple rescue mission turns into a real nightmare.
When Jacob enters the complex, his mission evolves into a cosmic journey that takes him to an alien world where Jacob fights for his life and the safety of other people.
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“Quantum Error” will be released for the PlayStation 5 on November 3, 2023. While the implementation for the PlayStation 4 for technical reasons was setthe implementations for the PC and the Xbox Series X/S will follow at a later date.
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