Quantum Error will be presented during the Future Games Show Spring Showcase. You can already watch a corresponding trailer today, which gives a few gloomy insights into the game.
The developer TeamKill Media lets you take a look at the first-person horror shooter Quantum Error. At the bottom of this article, you can see a trailer that indicates an even bigger presentation. Because the title is part of the Future Games Show Spring Showcase, which will be held on March 25, 2021.
The new trailer already includes some insights into the gameplay without showing coherent game scenes. However, it becomes clear that with Quantum Error you can expect a rather gloomy scenario with nasty opponents.
The research facility Monad Quantum is moving into the focus of Quantum Error. Located about 30 miles off the coast of California, it goes up in flames after being attacked by unknown beings. After a complete lockdown is triggered and an emergency call is sent to the Garboa Fire Department in San Francisco, you are asked to play the role of the protagonist. Ultimately, it is your job to save as many people as possible from the burning complex.
The shooter, once announced for PS4 and PS5, will no longer appear exclusively for these platforms. There is also a launch for Xbox Series X/S. The publication on all platforms should take place at the same time. So far, the makers have not been more precise.
Quantum Error is expected to be released this year for PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. Below you can see the teaser trailer mentioned at the beginning.