Make some way for the new upcoming battle royale game, Hyper Scape. Whereas the battle royale space is already being ruled by games like Fortnite, COD, Apex Legends, French publisher Ubisoft is all set to get in the battle ring.
On July 2, Ubisoft revealed their upcoming game, a free-to-play sci-fi battle royale game. The game has been fully tested and partially leaked as well.
Keep reading because we’ve listed everything you should know about Hyper Scape for now!
Hyper Scape’s Gameplay
Designed in a VR world, the game highlights the sport called Crown Rush. 100 players are split into the crew of 3 groups and fight for the win. The game can be conquered by last-group standing or by asserting a crown objective in the last phase of the match and possessing it for at least 45 seconds.
Hyper Scape has different features and unlike other battle royales, the game takes place on an altogether urban map. The city is actually influenced by Paris and multiple jumping pads have been placed around the city for fast-paced vertical movement.[Watch the Trailer of the game here]
Hyper Scape Twitch Crowncast
The game is likewise associated with Twitch to permit spectators who can get rewards by just simply watching. During the test, watchers had the option to vote on in-game events, for instance, giving ammo to the players. Moreover, in the full game, watchers would be able to access the battle pass progression by viewing the streams of Hyper Scape of other players and they can even join the crew of their preferred streamers.
What Platforms Hyper Scape is on?
When Hyper Scape’s specialized beta started on July 2, it was just accessible on PC. While that is as yet the case, the finish of its outline trailer additionally affirms that the game will in the long run come to PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. soon after the technical tests, the game will be officially released on the mentioned platforms.
Although Ubisoft didn’t say anything about the Nintendo Switch as the platform for Hyper Scape, however, since other fight royale games like Fortnite and Apex Legends are advancing toward the system, we can expect Hyper Scape coming over there as a success as well.
Google Stadia is likewise eminently missing, which is astounding as Ubisoft has been one of the greatest outsider supporters of Google’s fledgeling platform. Until further notice, Stadia players will have to focus on PUBG beetle royale only.
Modes, weapons & Hacks
The game has introduced two modes for now. Crown Rush us the standard mode where both solo and squads can get in action. Whereas, Dark Haze is the limited-time mode which permits solo players to play in a low-visibility map having access to multiple weapons.
The weapons available in Hyper Scape include;
- D-Tap – Pistol
- Riot One – Pistol
- Mammoth MK 1 – Shotgun
- Ripper – Rifle
- Hexfire – LMG
- Protocol V – Sniper Rifle
- Salvo EPL – Grenade Launcher
- Skybreaker – Rocket Launcher
There’s much more than looting in Hyper Scape which sets it apart from other the battle royales.
The addition of hacks makes the competition more challenging than ever. There are multiple game-changing abilities which offer defensive, offensive, and utility-based powers. For instance; a player can grab two hacks and switch at the same time. If players get a weapon or a hack that they already have then their weapon and hacks will be upgraded automatically.
Hyper Scape Cross-Play
Hyper Scape will have cross-play between PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, as indicated by a by the Slasher. So you’ll have the option to play with companions on any stage once the game drops not long from now.
Hyper Scape is being developed by whom?
Ubisoft is internally developing Hyper Scape. As said by the verge, Ubisoft Montreal accompanied the development of the project. They are also the leading developers for multiple Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed games, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
How long do you have to wait?
Well, the wait is almost about to be over, the official testing phase was being carried out from 2 July till 7 July and the game is said to be released on PS4 and Xbox One on 12th July.
Stay connected with us as we’d be updating you about Ubisoft’s battle royale once we get more news. We’ll make certain to refresh this guide.