One of the confirmed PS5 titles is called Quantum Error, a horror shooter from TeamKill. It is a well-known fact that the development team is aiming to hit 4K/60FPS. Speaking with the PlayStation Magazine (June Issue), TeamKill Media President Micah Jones that aims to hit 60FPS not only on PS5 but PS4 as well.
The powerful specs of the PS5 make it possible for TeamKill Media to push for 4K while maintaining 60FPS. In the interview, he shared some exciting information for PS4 users as well. Developers are targeting 60FPS on PS4 as well which is easier said than done. PS4’s hardware is 7 years old at this point and rarely video games manage to hit 60FPS on PS4. The 60FPS problem will be a thing of the past with the release of the PS5. In addition to targeting 60FPS on PS5, the title is one of the first next-gen games to use Ray-tracing.
Our goal for Quantum Error is 60fps even on the PS4, and with the specs of the PS5 we believe it is achievable with pushing it to hit 4K with that framerate.
In a previous statement, TeamKill claimed that the game looks beautiful with ray tracing on.
What Is Quantum Error
Quantum Error is a horror shooter that feels like a mix of Doom and Control. The game is set in 2109 in a time when the world has rallied behind the United Nations Of America. The world is governed by corporations, and climate change has shifted the global power balance. The game is set in San Francisco, a city that is now an icy coastal region and home to the Monad Quantum Research Facility. There is a Cyberpunk element to PS5’s Quantum Error. Monad is the creator of a global OS that is embedded in every human’s nervous system, which turns the population into the drones.
The journey will reveal nefarious plans to transcend dimensions and communicate with mysterious beings that dwell deep in the cosmos.
Monad Quantum is a big deal in this title. When the company is attacked Jacob Thomas and Shame Costa are sent to deal with the threat and rescue the survivors but when your own team starts to act weird, things go south pretty quick. TeamKill Media will release more news about in the coming months. There is also no release date for the time being but developers assured that the title’s development is going smoothly. Quantum Error will launch on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 at the same time. What are your hopes for Quantum Error PS5? Let us know what you think of the game in the comments below.