TeamKill Media’s upcoming horror first person shooter Quantum Error looks like a very interesting project, and one that has emerged as an early PS5 title to be excited about, especially in the absence of announcements by Sony of first party releases for the next-gen console. Having only been announced as a PlayStation exclusive though, there are many who are wondering if it will ever make its way to the Xbox Series X.
Speaking recently with GamingBolt, TeamKill’s Dakoda Jones and Micah Jones told GamingBolt that though they remained focused on the game’s PlayStation development for now, they haven’t completely shut the door on an Xbox release down the line. “We won’t say never,” they said. “However, at this time our focus is with PlayStation.”
That said, it’s very likely that a Nintendo Switch version probably won’t be coming out anytime soon, with the developers saying they don’t believe “the Switch would be able to handle” the visual fidelity they are aiming for with Quantum Error.
So why exactly did they choose to launch as a PlayStation exclusive? TeamKill Media feels comfortable with its relationship with Sony, and feels the game will run best on PlayStation platforms.
“There are many reasons,” they said, when asked about why they decided to release as a PlayStation exclusive. “The simplest being we are comfortable with the PlayStation system, our relationship with Sony has been amazing and feel that our game will run its very best on the PlayStation platform.”
In the same interview, they’ve interview, they also told us that for now, they are completely focused on PS5 development, and optimizing the game even for the PS4 is something they will do much closer to launch.
When that launch will happen isn’t set in stone for now. TeamKill Media remains unsure if Quantum Error will be a launch title for the PS5- read more on that through here.