Quantum Error Showcases Over 20 Minutes of New Gameplay

Lengthy new gameplay videos showcase the game’s combat, various environments, its audio and visual design, and more.

TeamKill Media has insisted time and again of late that Quantum Error is approaching the end of development and remains on track to launch later this year, and while a specific release date for the cosmic horror shooter has yet to be announced, the studio has showcased a hefty amount of new gameplay footage.

Across two video, TeamKill Media has released over 20 minutes of new gameplay for Quantum Error. Plenty is shown off, and where the atmosphere and audio visual design are concerned, there’s certainly plenty to be impressed by, along with some of the enemies and environments. A few of the animations are looking a bet jerky though, especially when third person gameplay is being shown, so hopefully the developer will sand out those rough edges in the coming weeks and months. Check out the footage below.

Quantum Error is due out sometime this year for PS5 and PC, with an Xbox Series X/S version arriving later, primarily due to having to optimize the game for its “slower” SSD, according to the developer.