Ubisoft reported its forthcoming “team battle arena game,” with two major disclaimers: it’s not just a battle royale and there aren’t any NFTs involved. The game company conveyed the news on Twitter after leakers posted footage of the game, codenamed Project Q, online.
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Ubisoft Upcoming Gaming Project Details
In a series of tweets, the company mentions that The game is not a Battle Royale, and it will feature a variety of PvP modes with one single objective in mind that is: FUN! They say that they don’t have plans to add NFTs to this game. In addition, gamers can find out more by registering and taking part in the upcoming tests Ubisoft.
You can sign up for upcoming tests for the Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and PC via Ubisoft’s official website. However, there’s no remark on when the tests will be available, or whether the game will be free-to-play in its final form. Ubisoft did reassure its, gamers, that the “Q” in Project Q won’t stand for “Quartz,” but, the name of the company’s divisive in-game NFT initiative slid into Ghost Recon.
Project Q footage from video game leaker Tom Henderson exhibits a Fortnite meets Overwatch style aesthetic. It also seems to feature two modes as of right now:
- Showdown (battle royale)
- Battle Zone (territory control).
The game is still in the premature stage of development. So all of this is subject to future modification.
In 2020, Ubisoft launched a short-lived free-to-play battle royale, named Hyper Scape. The futuristic shooter put a twist on the classic battle royale, but its popularity weakened quickly, directing to its ultimate shutdown on April 28th, 2022.
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