Quantum Error News
Alone in the dark
Quantum Error has been hanging around in the background for quite a while now. It was originally announced for both PlayStation 5 and PS4 almost a full year ago, but it's been months since we've seen it in action. For those out of the loop, this is first-person shooter with heavy horror elements, as you can clearly see in the new...
The descent into cosmic madness
PlayStation 5 title Quantum Error debuted another slice of gameplay at Gamescom Opening Night Live, giving us a sneak peek at the descent into madness Teamkill Media has put together. It'll launch roughly around the same time as the next-gen console, but before that moment rolls around, you can start to understand its...
Axe us all about it
TeamKill Media’s so-called cosmic horror Quantum Error garnered a lot of attention as one of the earliest PlayStation 5 announcements, and courtesy of the Future Game Show you can watch a few seconds of atmospheric gameplay above.
At the Future Games Show
Sony's upcoming PlayStation 5 game event isn't the only important showcase taking place this week. Over the course of Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, the indie-focused Guerrilla Collective livestreams will be broadcast across the internet and this includes the Future Games Show. Hosted by website GamesRadar, PS5 horror title...
PS4 version to be developed later
Quantum Error is one of PlayStation 5's first confirmed games. The horror title from TeamKill Media will apparently play "like Dead Space in first person", and is likely to arrive early in the next-gen machine's life. However, did you know it's also billed for a PS4 release? It might be a cross-gen game, but the...
DOOM 3 also cited as inspiration
There’s always a huge window of opportunity for smaller studios when new consoles are announced. While we’re all patiently waiting for our first PlayStation 5 software blowout, developers like TeamKill Media have been proudly chatting about their next-gen projects. In this instance, Quantum Error is a...
It's too early to say
Video games are slowly being announced for PlayStation 5, one of which being horror title Quantum Error. The next-gen title is targeting 4K visuals, 60 frames-per-second, taking advantage of the machine's Tempest Engine, and implementing ray-tracing. It's shaping up to be a very interesting experience, but developer TeamKill...
Quantum Error, the PlayStation 5 cosmic horror, has attracted plenty of attention since being announced at the weekend. And now we know a bit more about it. Writing on Twitter, developer TeamKill Media has confirmed that the
Terror goes next-gen
The third-party announcements for PlayStation 5 games are starting to come in at a much quicker pace now that Sony has taken its first steps along the road to fully revealing the next-gen console. And today we have the announcement of the PS5's first horror game, named Quantum Error. Described as a "cosmic horror first-person...