Quantum Error Gets a Gameplay Trailer

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Quantum Error Gets a Gameplay Trailer

June 13, 2020

By: Robert Scarpinito


At today's Future Games Show hosted by GamesRadar, TeamKill Media revealed new gameplay footage of its upcoming game, Quantum Error. The first-person shooter gave off a creepy vibe that feels reminiscent of Metro Exodus. Describe as a "cosmic-horror first-person shooter," you can expect some jump scares to accompany your gun-toting protagonist.

According to the game's official websiteQuantum Error also follows the footsteps of Dead Space, in that the player will control an average blue-collar worker whose job description suddenly expanded. You play as Captain Jacob Thomas of a local fire department in San Francisco.

As Jacob, you're sent to explore a nearby research facility that's gone up in flames. Your job is to rescue as many people as possible, but as you learn more about the facility, things clearly aren't as simple as they seem.

There's more to be excited about in the game aside from the horror-shooter aspect. The official Quantum Error Twitter account tweeted about the game's ambitious physics simulation. TeamKill plans to simulate the physics almost 100% of the objects, including how these objects will sound to the player as they move. If successful, this could prove to be a helpful way to further immerse players in to the spooky atmosphere.


The game was previously announced at the end of March, and we'll likely get a trickle of more information about Quantum Error as we approach the end of 2020.

TeamKill promises to show off more gameplay later this summer, and we can expect to see them dive deeper into what players can expect from this terrifying experience. Quantum Error is set to come out on the PlayStation 4 and PS5, although no launch window has been officially announced.

Robert Scarpinito TechRaptor
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When I'm not talking about my love of Persona, I'm probably playing or writing about games. I listen to an unhealthy amount of game soundtracks. Catch me on Everything in Poderation, the Internet Culture Podcast that dives into the intersection between the internet and nerd culture.

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