Xbox Version of Quantum Error Dev Delayed for Slower SSD Performance
Fans of the Quantum Error game have been waiting with bated breath for the long-anticipated Xbox version of the game, but their wait may be in vain as developer Teamkill Interactive has decided to delay release of the Xbox version due to slower performance from the solid-state drive used in the console.
The issue lies with the Xbox’s SSD being slower than the other console offerings. While Teamkill Interactive had originally planned on releasing the Xbox version of the game alongside the existing versions for PlayStation 4 and PC, they are now faced with having to further fine-tune the game in order to make it run optimally on the Xbox.
The news of the delay arrives soon after Quantum Error’s critically acclaimed release for PlayStation 4 and PC. The game takes players deep into the heart of an interdimensional nightmare, where they must battle against ferocious monsters while solving puzzles and uncovering hidden secrets.
The team behind Quantum Error had already encountered a few hiccups along the way as they fine-tuned the game for the Xbox, but they weren’t expecting such a roadblock in the form of the drive’s slowing performance. This has caused them to push back the release date an indefinite amount of time as they strive to bring the best experience to Xbox owners.
Those who choose to wait for the Xbox version of Quantum Error can rest assured that Teamkill Interactive is taking every precaution necessary to ensure that it runs perfectly on the console. Only after they are certain of this will they set a new release date.