Quantum Error

Quantum Error Announced for Xbox Series X On Top of PS5 and PS4

Today Teamkill Media revealed had news to share about its upcoming “Cosmic Horror” game Quantum Error. It's coming for Xbox Series X.
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Today Teamkill Media revealed had news to share about its upcoming “Cosmic Horror” game Quantum Error.

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The game will also come for Xbox Series X on top of the previously announced PS5 and PS4 versions.

Of course, this likely means that it’s also going to be available for Xbox Series S, even if the console wasn’t explicitly named.

The announcement was made with a teaser trailer which you can watch below.

If you want to see more of Quantum Error , you can enjoy the first trailer from a few weeks backa second video, and the first gameplay trailer.

“When the Monad Quantum Research Facility – 30 miles off the shore of CA – is attacked by an unknown entity, engulfing the complex in flames and putting it into a full containment lock-down, a distress call is sent for mutual aid to the Garboa Fire Dept in San Francisco, CA.

Fire Chief Sturgis answers the call and sends you – Capt. Jacob Thomas – your partner Shane Costa and a crew by helicopter to the Monad Facility.

Your mission is simple: save as many lives from the burning complex as possible and get out.  However, what starts as a rescue mission quickly plummets into darkness, when you arrive and find that things are not as they appear.”

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