Unreal Engine 5-Powered Quantum Error to be Released on November 3rd for PS5
TeamKill Media has finally revealed the release date for their highly anticipated game, Quantum Error. The game, developed in Unreal Engine 5, is set to launch on November 3rd for PlayStation 5. While PC and Xbox versions are still in development by TeamKill, the PlayStation 5 release is certainly generating excitement among gamers.
Quantum Error's premise centers around a fireman's investigation of a technologically advanced facility that becomes engulfed in supernatural events, featuring elements like wormholes, tentacles, and a descent into madness. The development team has harnessed the power of the PS5 to create immersive experiences, even incorporating unique features such as using the controller microphone to simulate breaths during CPR. This innovation has piqued the interest of potential players.
Set in the backdrop of the year 2109, Quantum Error's narrative revolves around the attack on the Monad Quantum Research Facility, located offshore of California. As the facility is engulfed in flames and lockdown, players assume the role of Capt. Jacob Thomas, responding to the distress call alongside their partner Shane Costa. What begins as a mission to save lives quickly morphs into a cosmic nightmare, involving interstellar travel, enigmatic enemies, and a rollercoaster of cosmic horror.
The game promises players an immersive cinematic experience with both first-person and third-person perspectives, stunning graphics utilizing Unreal Engine 5's capabilities, and a variety of upgradeable weaponry. As players journey through the enigmatic Monad facility and beyond, they will encounter a host of characters and face challenges that blur the lines between reality and the unknown, all while unraveling a mystifying narrative that keeps them guessing until the very end.