Quantum Error is a Next-Gen Horror FPS Coming to PS5

Quantum Error is a Next-Gen Horror FPS Coming to PS5

Teamkill Media announces Quantum Error as its new project for PS4 and PS5 after last year's Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris.

After Godfall was revealed at The Game Awards 2019, now another AAA title from a third-party developer is heading to PS5. Quantum Error is an atmospheric horror shooter, set in a moderately far future, where Earth seems to be no longer a safe place for humanity. Not many details have been shared about the game so far, except for the trailer below that provides a glimpse of the gameplay of this cross-gen title.

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Coming to PS4 and PS5 on an unannounced date, Quantum Error is the second official project by Teamkill Media, an American studio that was found in 2016. Teamkill Media launched Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris as its debut project later in November 2019. The game was a first-person melee-combat-focused action game set in a fantasy world filled with scary evil creatures in dark and horrifying dungeons.

Based on the reveal trailer of Quantum Error, it seems we are going to take the role of a firefighter, probably, in an oil platform or something similar to that in the Farallon Islands. According to the opening narration, referring to “beyond the bounds of space” as the key for advancement, one scenario keeps circling around my head that the enemy side, which is more like a horde of zombies, are somehow originated from aliens.

In the case of graphics, Quantum Error seems to be a good-looking game, similar to Teamkill’s latest title. However, personally I think they should try to put emphasis on polishing the game more than ever, as Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris was suffering merely from bugs and technical issues.

With no official word on when Quantum Error will be ready to launch, we’ll have to wait and look forward to getting more information from Teamkill Media. Considering their latest launch that happened in November last year, I hoping that they might be able to deliver Quantum Error by holiday 2020.