Upcoming cosmic horror first person shooter shows off a chunk of new gameplay.
TeamKill Media’s upcoming cosmic horror first person shooter Quantum Error has looked like an intriguing project ever since it was first announced, and new we’ve now got a chunk of new gameplay footage to put under the microscope. The game’s going to be features at the Future Games Showcase later today, but ahead of that, we got to see a tease earlier this month. An extended version of that tease, with over four minutes of gameplay footage, has now been released.
The footage shows off the variety in weapons in the game, several different kinds of enemies that you’ll be taking on, and more. There’s a few seconds showing vehicle driving, while it also looks like players will have the option to switch to third person over-the-shoulder view- whether that’s limited to just specific weapons or something that you can do at any time is unclear right now. A couple of different environments are also shown off. Take a look below.
Quantum Error is in development for PS5, PS4, and Xbox Series X/S (and a PC version might follow down the line as well). The game is likely to release some time in 2021, but doesn’t yet have a specific launch date.