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(Photo : WildGamerSK/ Youtube) Quantum Error video game

The long-awaited video game "Quantum Error" is here as it returns to the Future Games Show. The showcase revealed a brand new trailer that gave players a glimpse of what the new "Quantum Error" game would be like.

Quantum Error trailer drops

Even though the video game is described as an FPS, "Quantum Error" can be played in both first and third person, as seen on the gameplay uploaded by Games Prey

As what was seen at the gameplay reveal from the Future Games Show that happened on Thursday, Mar. 25, the main playable character finds themselves on Jupiter, where they are forced to gun down alien creatures with weapons like railguns, ion rifles, and other weaponry.

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The camera zooms out to a third-person perspective while the player is piloting a car on the ruptured surface of Jupiter, which then gives the game a new look with horror vibes, according to Push Square

Once the main character is back inside, players can get a glimpse of melee combat starring a firefighter's ax, which made the whole journey from Earth to Jupiter.

Right now, the video game is slated to be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X as a cross-gen release for PlayStation platforms but will act as a next-gen exclusive for Xbox consoles.

The release date has not been announced yet, but fans are expecting it anytime soon.

What is 'Quantum Error' about?

If you were not able to check out the first Future Games Show, "Quantum Error" is an action-horror shooter video game that stars a firefighting crew that is being called to a mysterious research facility in California after it was attacked by an unknown entity.

As seen in the new trailer of the video game, players won't be staying on Earth for too long as they will get to travel to Jupiter for a mission.

Other games featured on the Future Games Showcase

The Future Games Showcase was a digital event that streamed on Thursday, Mar. 25, and it featured world premiers, trailers, and news about 40 video games from 30 different publishers and developers, as per Games Radar.

Aside from the highly-anticipated "Quantum Error" video game from Team Killer Media, there were other video games that got fans excited for their release.

On top of that list is "The Lord of the Rings: Gollum" from developer Daedalic Entertainment GmbH. The trailer of this video game gave fans a first proper look at the gameplay.

Although fans may still have to wait a while to get their chance to play, the clip that was revealed showed that players would be able to inhabit the headspace of Gollum and Smeagol.

Another movie franchise that is getting a video game version is "Zombieland: Headshot Fever," and it will be a VR adaption for Oculus Rift. The game will let you try your hand in Zombieland. It is now out on PS VR, Oculus Rift, and other PC VR platforms.

The video game "It Takes Two" also premiered its gameplay on the Future Games Showcase. It is set to be released on May 26. Fans can try it out on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Xbox One before the official release date.

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