Quantum Error Showcases Immersive Gameplay on PlayStation 5

The upcoming sci-fi horror shooter, Quantum Error, from TeamKill Media, has released a new gameplay trailer that demonstrates how the features of the PlayStation 5 will enhance immersion. Set to launch on November 3, 2023, the game will be exclusively available on PlayStation 5, with the possibility of PC and Xbox ports in the future. The trailer can be viewed on the PlayStation YouTube channel.

One of the standout features of the PlayStation 5 is its haptic abilities, and Quantum Error showcases how these capabilities can be integrated into the gameplay experience. The game’s premise revolves around firefighters, grounding the action in reality while expanding into hardcore sci-fi elements. The unique gameplay mechanics and skills of the characters are natural complements for the haptic feedback.

With the demand for 60FPS in PlayStation 5 titles, Quantum Error aims to deliver a smooth gaming experience. The adaptive triggers enhance the immersion during actions such as prying open doors or wielding the K12 saw. However, the most intriguing feature is the CPR mechanic, which utilizes the DualSense controller microphone. Players can use their own breath to perform CPR, creating a tangible sense of urgency. Buttons can still be used for this mechanic if players do not have a DualSense controller.

The imaginative details and immersive aspects of Quantum Error justify its exclusivity to the PlayStation 5. The gameplay experiences provided are akin to virtual reality, potentially opening up avenues for TeamKill Media to explore VR in the future. This could explain why the PlayStation 4 version of the game was canceled.

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– Haptic abilities: Physical sensations or feedback provided to the user through a device, such as the vibrations and tactile feedback of the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller.
– Adaptive triggers: Triggers on the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller that can dynamically adjust resistance to mimic and enhance in-game actions.
– CPR: Abbreviation for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a lifesaving technique performed during emergencies to revive individuals who experience cardiac arrest.

Quantum Error Next Gen Immersion Trailer: PlayStation YouTube Channel