> PS5 is still far away, but slowly the first titles that will come out (also) for the next-gen console by Sony are starting to appear.
Teamkill Media is in fact developing a sci-fi themed first person shooter called Quantum Error . The game is the second game for PlayStation 5 to be made known to the world after Godfall , so much so that the technical sector actually seems within the reach of a title of the next generation.
Just below you can see the first trailer released by the developers:
The game seems to take place in the future, on planet Earth in the year 2109 . The video sees us catapulted immediately after inside an alleged space station, where unspeakable darkness and terror reign.
Independent developers – authors also of Kings of Lorn: The Fall of Ebris – they promise that the game will be a decidedly claustrophobic shooter based on a “cosmic horror” (did someone say Lovecraft?) and that it will put us in front of armies of undead all to riddle with shots.
Finally, Quantum Error will be moved by Unreal Engine 4, despite being in all respects a cross-gen title (therefore also expected on older generation Sony consoles, namely the evergreen PlayStation 4 ). The official website of the game is in any case reachable at and this address.