Suppose particle A interacts with particle B by means of an exchange particle E. Presumably, since this is quantum physics, the exchange particle emission and receipt are just one of many possible paths by which the two particles can interact.
Does that mean that A is in a continual state of superposition of having emitted an exchange particle in every direction? And that B then is in a continual state of superposition of having absorbed it (and thus moved if there was a force involved) and not?
Somehow that seems like the most sensible option, because the alternative is that A knows where B is and sends it E at some frequency determined by the strength of the fields.
The process above would also entangle A and B as they cannot disagree over whether they exchanged E.