The first person shooter Quantum Error has returned to reveal itself after a long absence with news that will make many happy: the game has gone from Unreal Engine 4 toUnreal Engine 5. The developers have also released a teaser trailer to showcase the game in the new engine. You can find it attached to the tweet below:
The last time there was talk of Quantum Error was still March 2021. At the time a video was released that did not convince very much. Evidently since then the developers have decided to stay silent to produce some relevant novelty, before returning to the office, as they did.
As already reported, Quantum Error tells the history of a structure, Monad Quantum Research, attacked by unknown entities that are destroying it. A call for help reaches San Francisco’s Garboa Fire Dept, which sends a man, Captain Jacob Thomas, along with his company, to investigate the incident. The mission is to save as many lives as possible, provided there is someone left to save. Meanwhile Thomas will also have to find out what happened, because not everything is as it seems.
Before leaving we remind you that Quantum Error is in development for PS5, Xbox Series X and S and PlayStation 4. It does not yet have a launch date official.