Quantum Error Hotfix 1.000.009 Squashes Bugs And Brings Massive Improvements

Collisions and invincible enemies were tweaked and more.

Story Highlights

  • The new Quantum Error hotfix 1.000.009 is finally out, which fixes recurring issues and also brings a slew of improvements.
  • The weapon wheel now has lower sensitivity to prevent players from spamming it. Collision in several parts has also been patched.
  • It came out on October 31, 2023, for PS5. The Xbox Series X and PC versions of the title will launch in the coming months.

Quantum Error has finally received the awaited hotfix 1.000.009, which brings a plethora of improvements to the game’s various features. It has also tackled a variety of annoying bugs that were hindering the player experience in the meantime. The collisions with the environment will not happen in certain areas anymore, such as National Guard and Underground Mars. Moreover, the invincible enemies were also tweaked to balance the difficulty. 

The hotfix, albeit small, makes a significant impact by addressing some of the graver concerns currently haunting Quantum Error. The enemies that spawn NPC Jonathan have been saved and have been balanced. This will prevent certain parts of the title from feeling unbalanced. Additionally, the cargo elevator door on the admin floor will also stop locking and glitching the players. Many other smaller fixes are added to the hotfix.

Other Interesting Reads:

A plethora of players have enjoyed delving into the cosmic horrors of Quantum Error despite the lingering issues and low scores. The addicting title is also filled with bugs, broken pacing, and unbalanced enemies. The team is hard at work in mending these issues. The backlash faced by the horror game slowly riled up to toxic levels.

The gamers began targeting the dev team on Twitter after experiencing glitches. While most had constructive criticism for the title, the onslaught of criticism and average reviews eventually compelled TeamKill Media to address the matter on Twitter. The team clarified that the thrashing would not change their goals.

The dev team eventually made the tough decision to cancel the PS4 release entirely. The studio admitted that Quantum Error on last-gen would not match the set expectations of the fans in contrast to the PS5, calling it “unfair” for gamers. It has also clarified that the Xbox Series X version of the entry is being limited by its SSD. The team has major hopes associated with the IP despite the setbacks. It has already begun developing a sequel.

Quantum Error features a dark tone with a healthy mix of jump scares and the psychological dread that is seldom seen together in popular horror titles. Usually, horror games only tend to focus on one of the two subgenres. It came out on October 31, 2023, for PlayStation 5. The Xbox Series X and PC versions of the title will be released in the subsequent months. Although, no release dates have been officially confirmed by the devs.

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