Battle Royale games sprouted like mushrooms years ago. Ubisoft is actually running late, but now wants to jump on the train. This was reported by a leak, which has now been confirmed by various streamers and on an official website.
Ubisoft will announce a new game soon: Hyper scape. It is said to be a free-to-play sci-fi FPS that will be released in July 2020. That said the eSports insider Rod Breslau, whose statements now seem to be confirmed by several sides.
“Sources: Today Ubisoft will launch a new game code-named “Prisma Dimensions”, which is actually a new AAA multiplayer FPS Battle Royale from Ubisoft Montreal (R6, AC) called Hyper Scape.“
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Hyper Scape: A sci-fi battle royale
Twitter user TwoSixNine published the first pictures of the game, which according to Wroclaw will be shown this week “by hundreds of streamers, pro gamers and YouTubers”. Apparently the rumors are true, though according to the official website and streamer Klamity, the game will be announced on July 2, 2020:
“Notice! I worked with @Ubisoft and had the chance to play their new game @Play_HyperScape and get access to exclusive content! The big unveiling will take place on July 2nd. It’s a brand new BR, so get ready!“
On the official website, the game says:
“Enter the Hyper Scape
We here at Prisma Dimensions can hardly wait to present the first iteration of the Hyper Scape on July 2nd – together with the exciting action of the crown hunt! Get ready to walk through the neon-flooded streets of the world’s first virtual city: Neo Arcadia. Make sure that you can get started right away, because you need every conceivable advantage in order to always be one step ahead of your challengers, only the best make it into the grand finale. Will you win or fall victim to the dangers of Hyper Scape? ”
The pictures don’t give much, but it is enough to get a first impression. What do you think about Hyper Scape so far? Would you be interested in such a Battle Royale game? Please write us your opinion in the comments.