from Dominik Zwingmann
A teaser on Quantum Error gives us a first look at the horror game that will appear for PlayStation 5 in the future. The developers of TeamKill Media, who were most recently known for Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris, are responsible for the project. But there is still no real gameplay to be seen in the teaser. A release has also not yet been revealed.

TeamKill Media developers recently released the first teaser for Quantum Error. The new horror game is currently under development for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. The material in the video was only recorded within the engine and therefore does not represent the final gameplay of Quantum Error. We have included the published teaser for you below the paragraph.

Quantum Error is now part of a small series of games that have already been confirmed for PS5. Most recently, Godfall, Watch Dogs: Legion and Lord of the Rings: Gollum have also been announced for the Sony console. Quantum Error is TeamKill Media's second project. In 2018, the creators already released a game for PS4 and PC with Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris. We'll keep you updated when there are new details on Quantum Error. The PlayStation 5 is currently slated to be released globally at the end of the year.

via GameSpot

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