TeamKill Media announced its sci-fi horror game a while back called Quantum Error and while there’s no reason to get excited about it just yet, the developer has revealed that even though the game is heading to PS5 and PS4, the PlayStation 5 will be the lead platform at launch.
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TeamKill Media clearly want to utilize the power of the next-gen consoles. In an interview with GamingBolt, Quantum Error developers Dakoda Jones and Micah Jones said that for now, they are focusing on calibrating the game for the PS5 and will only begin to optimize the title for PS4 closer to launch.
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The developer also revealed just how long the game might last for. While the developers can’t put an exact time on the experience just yet, TeamKill Media says Quantum Error will last 15-20 hours. The game is set to launch at the end of 2020 alongside the PlayStation 5.