Quantum Error, the horror shooter in action: 18 minutes of video gameplay

Quantum Error, the horror shooter in action: 18 minutes of video gameplay

Quantum Error, the horror shooter in action

On the occasion of the Future Games Show: Spring Showcase, an unreleased gameplay video of Quantum Error was presented, a horror shooter coming to PC and console.

In development at TeamKill Media studios, production is back now to present itself in a more in-depth perspective, thanks to the publication of an extended version of the aforementioned video. The editorial staff of Games Radar has in fact made available a much wider gameplay session, with 18 minutes of Quantum Error playing, compared to the approximately 5 minutes shown to the public during the spring streaming. Available directly at the opening of this news, the video allows you to take a further look at the new title of the authors of Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris.

The first person shooter (with some moments that will also allow the adoption of the third person), as known, will include survival elements within it, while the general tones of the title will be closer to those of the horror genre. Initially expected exclusively on PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, it was instead confirmed that Quantum Error will also arrive on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, thus also embracing the next generation of Microsoft. At the moment, no specific release date has been announced for the survival horror shooter.

PS5, PS4 Horror Shooter Quantum Error Returns with 4 Minute Gameplay Trailer

Quantum Error has been hanging around in the background for quite a while now. It was originally announced for both PlayStation 5 and PS4 almost a full year ago, but it's been months since we've seen it in action. For those out of the loop, this is first-person shooter with heavy horror elements, as you can clearly see in the new gameplay trailer that we've embedded above.

There's still no date attached to Quantum Error, and yes, it still looks a little rough around the edges, but hopefully the aforementioned horror elements are enough to carry the experience. Is this one on your radar? Don't stare too hard at the shadows in the comments section below.