News has been slowly trickling in for Sony’s PlayStation 5, and now that Sony has spilled a few (but far from all) beans about the next-gen console, third-party game anouncements are starting to come in too. Following the announcement of Godfall and WRC 9, Teamkill Media as announced that it’s working on the PS5’s first horror game known as Quantum Error. For now, there is very little to go by, and as you can see from the trailer, there’s not much to take away, but it sort of looks like what Prey should have been or a blend between F.E.A.R and Dead Space.
Quantum Error is described as a “cosmic horror first-person shooter,” but the company creating it as shared precious little. Check out teamkillmedia.com doesn’t yield any information either as the only press and news assets refer to the company’s first game Kings of Lorn. We do know that Quantum Error will launch for the PS4 and PS5, but whether or not it’ll be ready for PS5 at launch remains to be seen. Assumingly, anyone that buys it for PS4 will get the PS5 upgrade for free, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens with that.
If you check out the Quantum Error Facbeook page, there’s not much there outside of a few logo shots and a couple of development videos, but it’s clear the team is hard at work. For now, we’ll just have to wait and see what happens, but I wouldn’t expect a launch to happen for at least another 6 months. With that being the case, it could be ready just in time for the 2020 holidays, and you know what that means.