Quantum Error will also be available in stores for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The makers have now announced this on Twitter. So far, the horror game has only been confirmed for PS5 and PS4. The team also revealed on Twitter why the confirmation of an Xbox version came a little later.
At the end of March, the developers at TeamKill Media presented their current project, Quantum Error, which was originally only planned for PS5 and PS4. Almost half a year later, the makers have now also confirmed an implementation for Xbox. A version for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S is considered safe – even if the new trailer only speaks of Xbox Series X. Whether the horror game will also be available for Xbox One is not yet clear from a tweet on the official Quantum Error account.
The team apologizes for not being able to talk about an Xbox version sooner. The feedback from the Gamescom and Future Games Show convinced the makers of the implementation. They also reveal on Twitter that their previous project – Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris – did not come out for Xbox because there were many problems with the performance on the console. However, there has not yet been a fixed release for Quantum Error.
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