The horror shooter Quantum Error is seen in a new gameplay on PS5, PS4 and Xbox Series X | S

The horror shooter Quantum Error is seen in a new gameplay on PS5, PS4 and Xbox Series X | S

Quantum Error It is one of the most interesting next gen games that we will see in the coming months. Billed as a PlayStation exclusive, finally the horror shooter from TeamKill Media will also be released on Xbox Series X | S, and we already have new gameplay available.

This first and third person shooter was one of the protagonists of the past Future Games Show, where we could see a gameplay trailer and an extensive gameplay of Quantum Error, which shows its playability, possibilities and technical section.

As you know, Quantum Error is a horror shooter set on the planet Jupiter, where we will have to survive some fearsome creatures, in the purest Dead Space style. East 4 minute gameplay duration shows us some details of its gameplay, the interface or its careful setting.

Although it will not be an open world game, in Quantum Error we will have to move through different areas of Jupiter, and for this it will be necessary use various vehicles. Although the preferred perspective is the first person, it is also we can play in the third person, and in fact the conduction will be carried out under that prism.

Since there will be all kinds of monstrosities to face in Quantum Error, we will have at our disposal all kinds of weapons and equipment. Pistols, assault rifles, shotguns, and other weapons, as well as some abilities, as not all creatures will have the same attack pattern.

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This gameplay trailer reveals very interesting details about the TeamKill Media game, but if you’ve been wanting more, the This afternoon’s Xbox ID (at 5:00 p.m.) will reveal a new extended gameplay and new information.

Perhaps one of the things that will be revealed this afternoon will be its release date. At the moment, Quantum Error is still dated for this year 2021, although still no date. New from TeamKill Media will be out in PS5, PS4 and Xbox Series X | S, taking advantage of the haptic functions of the DualSense in the PS5 version.

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