Cosmic Horror FPS 'Quantum Error' Confirmed For Xbox Series X Release

Cosmic Horror FPS 'Quantum Error' Confirmed For Xbox Series X Release

Richard Walker

As well as coming to PS4 and PS5, developer TeamKill Media has announced that Quantum Error, its cosmic horror first-person shooter, will be heading to Xbox Series X. The belated announcement comes after TeamKill cited "performance issues" for not releasing its previous title for Xbox.

Quantum Error has you playing as firefighter Captain Jacob Thomas, sent to investigate a blaze at the Monad Quantum Research Facility. This being a cosmic horror affair, things quickly take a turn for the macabre, and things get rather eerie as Jacob discovers the fire's supernatural origin.

TeamKill's game has yet to be given a release date, but will be making its way to Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Check out the Quantum Error Xbox Series X announcement trailer below.

  • Sounds good, but that trailer is BS for a game due to launch in 6 weeks. Sick of trailers not having gameplay.
  • @1 I was gonna say, that is one of the worst game trailers I've ever seen. Forget gameplay, it didn't even bother with narration or anything to show us except...a tunnel?
  • Worst. Trailer. Ever. The setting sure sounds cool.. wish I knew anything else lol.
  • Yeah, that's a pretty bad trailer, but it's not as cringey bad as the one for Chronos: Before the Ashes...
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