Quantum Error looks like Doom 3 or Dead Space


When Quantum Error it was announced, the developers have never hidden to have plans, particularly ambitious for what will be a horror with the mechanics of shooting. Interviewed by colleagues from the GamingBoltboys TeamKill have discussed some of the specific aspects of their work, including like horror and shooting will join in the gameplay – in addition to the sources of inspiration for the creation of the game, which is definitely not authoritative.

The title, reveal the authors, “it will be a new type of the horror cosmic. We are trying to pull in those ideas bloated that Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith have written, about to tell a story that is well balanced and intriguing. A story that has many arches is not black or white.”

Quantum Error looks like Doom 3 or Dead Space

On the pure mechanics of gameplay, and as will be seen in the light of the horror and gunplay, the developers explain:

We will first of all of the mechanics of shooting, since the mechanics of the gameplay in the primary involved. However, when it comes to constructing the appearance the horror of the game, we’ll do it in a way that can promote the atmosphere to anything scripted. We don’t want to jump scare or facilonerie as those. The whole atmosphere of the game will be the incarnation of anguish.

About the structure of the interaction, the authors Dakoda Jones & Micah Jones they also added that “the gameplay it will be very similar to games like Doom 3 or Dead Space (but subjective). It will be a first person shooter, slow-paced, which will offer a variety of mechanical, focusing on the skills of the main character as a firefighter.”

In the past few days had also been made known that the game will have a duration of about fifteen or twenty hours – and that is being developed first of all for PlayStation 5with the edition of the PS4 which will be an adaptation.

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Source: GamingBolt

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