Documented Quantum Error on Xbox Series X

TeamKill declared that Quantum Error is really no longer exclusive to the PlayStation console.

Documented Quantum Error on Xbox Series X

TeamKill has revealed that Xbox Series X is already coming to both the previously PlayStation console-exclusive Quantum Error. That studio had officially stated that it could carry the next-gen sci-fi horror game to other platforms, but it is made official by the latest teaser trailer up top (thank you, Gematsu). Interestingly enough, for Xbox Series X, the announcement just indicates Quantum Error. Although this also indicates its launch on Xbox Series S immediately, it really doesn't seem like it's heading to Xbox One, although that's still prone to revision. Actually the original, Quantum Error was scheduled for release on PS4 and PS5.

Quantum Error appeared on the show, respectfully sponsored by GamesRadar, at each of the 2020 Future Games Show events. A new Quantum Error trailer debuted during the first broadcast, even though the most specific episode in August offered an excellent shot at the gameplay of Quantum Error.

The game sees you taking control of Jacob Thomas, a firefighter who's charged with saving people from a burning house which an unknown force targeted. This is a "cosmic horror FPS," of course when people soon hear about the malevolent agent attempting to interrupt the function of the Monad Quantum Research Facility, this is not your usual rescue operation.

The game sees players taking control of Jacob Thomas, a firefighter who's charged with saving people from a burning house which an unknown force targeted. This is a "cosmic horror FPS," of course when people soon hear about the malevolent agent attempting to interrupt the function of the Monad Quantum Research Facility, this is not people's usual rescue operation.

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