We still don’t know much about the games being released for PS5, but some developers have come forward to announce that they are working on titles for the upcoming console of Sony.

One of these developers is the study of the american TeamKill Media, which recently announced Quantum Error, a first-person shooter horror that will come to the PS4 and PS5.

Being one of the first games confirmed for the launch on PS5, the questions on how it will look, and if you draw the maximum advantage from the more powerful hardware of the console are obviously relevant, and, while we can still get all the details in this regard, the developers have made some promises interesting.

Through Twitter, in response to the questions of the players, TeamKill Media has confirmed that Quantum Error will point to 4K/60 FPS and the full support of raytracing.

We are targeting 4K 60 FPS full ray-tracing. The quality settings of the ray-tracing will depend on how things run.

— TeamKill Media (@TeamKillMedia) March 29, 2020

It is not known if the couple 4K/60 FPS will be supprtata also on PS4 Pro, but it could be assumed that there will be at least some improvements compared to the version of PS4 standard.

Quantum Error is currently in development for both consoles of Sony, but has not been a official release date. In related news, we learned that the game aims to be a truly next-gen on PS5 with a lot of simulated objects physically.

What do you think?

Source: Gamingbolt.