New Quantum Error Hotfix To “Bring Many Improvements” And Address Bugs

The weapon wheel's functionality will be improved.

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  • Quantum Error devs are already working on the next hotfix for the title. It will “bring many improvements.”
  • The update is also expected to address the bugs currently lingering in the game.
  • It came out on October 31, 2023, for PS5. The Xbox Series X and PC versions will launch in the future.

Quantum Error has finally unleashed its cosmic horror to the world. The devs have been hard at work to iron out any lingering bugs in the game that are stunting the user experience. As a result, TeamKill Media has affirmed an upcoming hotfix —version 1.000.009— that seeks to improve many facets of the title and also possibly address issues that have been reported to be as rampant as the jump scares hidden behind every other dark corner.

The hotfix will likely focus on improving the various parts of Quantum Error. Improvements in features like the weapon wheel are expected. The devs have not yet unveiled other prominent details. But the players also expect some of the most irksome bugs to be squashed in the next hotfix.

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Many fans have enjoyed their honeymoon with Quantum Error despite the low scores given by major outlets. The cosmic horror features an eerie atmosphere with a fair share of jump scares and the psychological dread that only a few entries —like Dead Space and Doom— have been able to deliver. It is also apparently riddled with many bugs, shoddy pacing, and unbalanced enemies.

The backlash faced by the horror entry almost amounted to some of the community directly targeting the devs on Twitter. The criticism and subpar reviews compelled the team to issue an official statement on Twitter, clarifying that thrashing them online would not change their goals.

The Quantum Error dev also recently decided to ditch the PlayStation 4 release entirely. They claimed that the launch would not live up to the standards set by the current-gen PS5, calling it “unfair” for gamers. TeamKill Media has also claimed that the Xbox Series X version of the title is restricted by its SSD. Despite the hurdles, the studio has big ambitions with the IP. It is already working on a sequel.

It came out on October 31, 2023, for PlayStation 5. The Xbox Series X and PC versions of the game will be released somewhere in the future.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to devoutly keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. His articles have been cited by VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more.

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