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Cosmic Horror Shooter ‘Quantum Error’ Announces or PS4 And PS5

Developers TeamKill Media has announced a brand new game for the PS4 and PS5.

TeamKill Media is a game development studio based in Wyoming which launched in 2016. The firm previously developed Kings Of Lorn: The Fall Of Ebris which was released on the PS4 and Steam.

The firm’s new game is titled Quantum Error and has been described as a “cosmic horror first-person shooter”. Not much is known about the game, but it will reportedly be set on Earth in 2109 and since it’s been dubbed “cosmic horror”, we can expect to see some Lovecraftian themes.

TeamKill Media did drop a short teaser trailer for the game with a voiceover, showing off Quantum Error’s game engine as well as some gameplay footage. However, it’s important to note that the footage seen is still a work-in-progress and does not currently represent the final product.

Unfortunately, no release date for the game was announced but since it’ll be released on the PS5, we can expect a launch at the end of this year or beyond.

PS5 Console Delays

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many tech and video games fans have expressed concern that the PlayStation 5 console may be delayed. However, a Sony spokesperson told Bloomberg that there will not be a “notable impact on the launch” of the PS5 console later this year.

Also this week, Sony stated in a recent statement regarding the COVID-19 and its effects on various divisions that they believe the coronavirus will not cause any delays to future releases.

The Game & Network Services Segment of Sony estimates there will be “no material impact” for the upcoming console and future games.

However, Sony revealed it was monitoring the risk of delays in production and schedules for upcoming games after Sony’s Chinese manufacturing centres were shut for several weeks. They said in their statement:

“Although no issues have emerged so far, Sony is carefully monitoring the risk of delays in production schedules for game software titles a both its first-party studios and partner studios, primarily in Europe and the US.”

While Sony predicts that its PS5 console and upcoming game releases may not be delayed, the video games industry has already been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Huge industry event E3 2020 was cancelled and Gamescom was moved to a three-day summer event.

Meanwhile, Animal Crossing: New Horizons creators have stated that future updates for the game may be hit with delays as the production team works from home. More recently, Capcom issued a statement warning customers in the EU and UK that physical copies of its Resident Evil 3 game may be delayed.

Square Enix has issued a similar warning regarding the release of its Final Fantasy VII remake. According to Square Enix, physical copies may face delays in Europe, Australia, and the Americas.

Finally, Sony has confirmed that download speeds have been reduced in Europe and the United States to ensure internet stability. This will undoubtedly slow down downloads of all video games and other content.

Image credit: TeamKill Media YouTube

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