Quantum Error is hindered by Xbox's SSD, devs say

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It seems there might be some serious problems with Quantum Error on Xbox, says the developer. If you don’t know Quantum Error is a new video game coming from TeamKill Media LLC. The game, a cosmic horror first-person shooter, will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation5, Xbox One, and Xbox X/S.

But it seems that the Xbox version of the game is already hindered. According to the developers, the SSDs on Xbox are slowing the game, because Xbox’s SSD is slower than those of the PlayStation.

We did not say the game does not run or work on the Xbox, the game runs at 60fps at the same graphic quality on the Xbox as the PS5. We only pointed out that the SSD on the Xbox is slower and that we have to find a way to figure that out. We have a boss fight in QE that swaps levels instantaneously 4-5 times like the Rachet and Clank game, without the extra speed of the SSD in the PS5 this boss fight could stall or hitch while transitioning, which will hamper the experience, says the developer.

While there aren’t any official statements from Microsoft, if you want to play Quantum Error on Xbox, maybe you should just wait for now, until there is a proper fix or update.

Once the game is released, it will be just a matter of time until there is an available patch with a solution for this issue. However, if you can’t wait that long, and you just want to play, then expect your game to run slower at certain moments.

Will you play Quantum Error when it’s released on the Xbox or not? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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