Old-School QUANTUM ERROR Gameplay Trailer Hints at Hard Times in Firefighting Community


Category: Quantum Error

Old-School QUANTUM ERROR Gameplay Trailer Hints at Hard Times in Firefighting Community

Unlike countless other first-person shooters, developer TeamKill Media's original take on Doom 3 and Dead Space — titled Quantum Error — won't put you in the boots of a well-trained marine or some future solider.

Instead, Quantum Error will give the player a chance to assume the role of a firefighter, Capt. Jacob Thomas. Just like the real-life heroes whose heroic efforts undoubtedly saved millions of human beings, the main hero's task will be simple: save as many lives as possible and find a way to get out from the ruined complex.

Unfortunately for the brave protagonist, Dakoda and Micah Jones' ambitious horror takes place mostly on a futuristic space station infested with truly bizarre-looking creatures and dangerous monsters, turning the mundane mission into a bloody festival of cut limbs, old-fashioned headshots, and exploding barrels.

Quite surprisingly, Quantum Error a cross-gen title, which means that it's coming to both PS4 and PS5 later this year. Although the FPS will make its debut in 2020, it probably won't be the new console's launch title.

While we're patiently waiting for more information on Quantum Error's core mechanics and unique features, be sure to take a closer look at the game's twisted world in its action-packed gameplay trailer down below:

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.

Quantum Error is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2020.

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Lawyer by day, video game reporter by night. Long-time fan of the Mass Effect, Age of Empires, Prince of Persia, BioShock — especially the second one — and Splinter Cell series (who still believes that the best is yet to come). Tries his hardest to shine a new light on the Polish game-development scene. Gameplay Mechanix is his biggest passion project to date. Often listens to old episodes of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson while writing. Privately a cat person.

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