Quantum Error developer sets up GoFundMe, new teaser released

A brand new teaser for the horror FPS Quantum Error has been released by TeamKill Media, with this 92 second footage showing scenes from the story alongside moments of gameplay. In the footage you can see the main character shooting at monsters, watching as others run from them, and even witness one of the monsters get decapitated. Needless to say, this is not what you would call a family friendly teaser in the slightest.


It does not seems like we should expect Quantum Error soon though, even with a release target of 2021. TeamKill Media has set up a GoFundMe page with a target of $65,000 so mocap equipment can be bought, and voice actors can be hired. At the time of writing the GoFundMe has hit $1,325 from 8 donations in 23 hours. According to the GoFundMe, TeamKill Media has three installments planned for Quantum Error. The description of the fundraiser also says:

The first 50 donations of $500 or more will get you a spot as a NPC character in the game. And anyone donating $50 or more will get a copy of the game when it releases for either PS4 or PS5.

The story description is as follows:

When the Monad Quantum Research Facility – 30 miles off the shore of CA – is attacked by an unknown entity, engulfing the complex in flames and putting it into a full containment lock-down, a distress call is sent for mutual aid to the Garboa Fire Dept in San Francisco, CA. Fire Chief Sturgis answers the call and sends you – Capt. Jacob Thomas – your partner Shane Costa and a crew by helicopter to the Monad Facility. Your mission is simple: save as many lives from the burning complex as possible and get out.  However, what starts as a rescue mission quickly plummets into darkness, when you arrive and find that things are not as they appear.

Quantum Error has been confirmed for PS5 and PS4.

Source: YouTube/GoFundMe

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  1. Doesn’t bode well if they’re asking for money. Looks like an iPhone game. Curious why it’s a Sony exclusive if they haven’t received the funding for the game in exchange for the exclusivity. What are they getting out of the deal besides restricting themselves to one platform?

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