TeamKill Media has unveiled a new trailer for their upcoming game, Quantum Error, showcasing the various ‘next-gen’ features that will be available on the PlayStation 5 (PS5). The trailer highlights the game’s support for silky-smooth 4K/60 FPS graphics and the immersive DualSense haptic feedback.
Quantum Error was initially being developed for the PS4 but was later cancelled by the developers due to the necessity of downgrading the game too much to make it work on the older console. Instead, the team decided to shift their focus towards taking full advantage of the PS5’s capabilities.
One of the standout features of the PS5 is its lightning-fast SSD, which allows for near-instant load times. Quantum Error will undoubtedly benefit from this, providing players with a seamless and immersive gaming experience. Additionally, the game will utilize the PS5’s 3D audio technology, further enhancing the overall atmosphere and immersion.
The DualSense controller is another key component of the PS5 experience, and Quantum Error aims to fully leverage its unique functionality. The game will utilize the haptic feedback feature of the controller, allowing players to feel the effects of the in-game environment and interactions.
Quantum Error is set to release on November 3, 2023, exclusively for the PS5. With its next-gen features and immersive gameplay, it promises to deliver a thrilling and visually stunning experience for players.
– Quantum Error trailer by TeamKill Media
– PlayStation 5’s SSD, 3D audio, and DualSense controller functionalities.