Quantum Error’s Sequel Is Already In The Works, Dev Confirms

First impressions for the game itself aren't doing so well though.

Story Highlights

  • Quantum Error is an upcoming survival horror game by TeamKill Media. 
  • Announcing the news of the game breaking even, the devs have confirmed its sequel. 
  • TeamKill Media has a number of other projects in the works alongside Quantum Error 2.

Quantum Error, a new survival horror title by TeamKill Media that blends both first-person and third-person camera perspectives, is due for release on November 3. Ahead of the game’s official launch, though, it seems that a sequel has already been green-lit over at TeamKill Media’s HQ, and the project is under the works. 

While announcing that Quantum Error has broken even, meaning that it’s already made enough money in sales to cover the budget that went into making it, the devs replied to a fan expressing his wish to play a trilogy, confirming that Quantum Error 2 is being worked on. It does bear mentioning that Quantum Error has broken even before its launch, and that’s a pretty motivating milestone to reach.

It’s not every day though that a game studio confirms a project’s development over X (formerly Twitter). Factoring this, one user pointed out, “Part 2? You’re making a sequel already. Usually, game companies keep it quiet for years but here you guys on Twitter are telling us about Part 2.” The Quantum Error X account highlighted the comment, and said

This story was always meant to be a trilogy. It’s way too much to cram into one game… and we do things differently.”

Heading over to TeamKill Media’s official website, there’s a dedicated section that showcases some of the developer’s upcoming games, with Quantum Error 2 being one of them—though, I’m not sure what the strikethrough symbol over “Error” means. Other mentioned names include Project Samson, Project Gabriel, and Project Red. 

Other TeamKill Media Games Under Dev
Other TeamKill Media Games Under Dev

For those wondering why Quantum Error won’t be on old-gen platforms, the devs took a truly solid stance on the matter back in July. It was reported earlier that a PS4 version, among others, of Quantum Error wasn’t made because doing so “would not be fair” to the players. In fact, TeamKill even struggled with the Xbox Series X side of the game’s development, citing its relatively slower SSD as compared to the PS5’s.

Unfortunately, we are going to have to cancel the PS4 version of QE. Even with the game being made from the beginning for the PS5, we still had hopes we could make a PS4 version happen, but with the level of quality we have achieved with QE with gameplay running at 60fps, we have reach the conclusion that there is no way for us to deliver a version on PS4 that would live up to what the PS5 is going to deliver.” 

Quantum Error will make landfall on November 3, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. At the moment, the game’s getting heavily criticized on platforms, such as Metacritic, sitting at a “Generally Unfavorable” 47 Metascore based on a handful of critic reviews. According to the devs, the game may be subject to fake reviews at the moment, so there’s that.

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