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Ubisoft working on pvp arena with battle royale mode – Games – News

Ubisoft Bordeaux is said to be working on a “PVP arena game” in a Battle Royale style. The game, currently codenamed Project Q, will have two game modes in which up to eight players in different team formations will compete to win.

Project Q is a competitive game where matches are fought on a small scale, usually informed leak reports Tom Henderson via eXputer† He is said to have spoken to eight sources who accepted an invitation to a party play test Unadvertised game. Q . project First appeared in September 2021 When Nvidia GeForce Now included the game by mistake.

The game, at least during this testing phase, will consist of Battle Zone and Showdown modes. The last mode is a small-scale battle royale where four teams of two players try to survive on their own. The Battle Zone mode uses the arena format where two teams of four players are larger than they try to be the first to reach 100 points. Henderson compares the mode to Hardpoint from the Call of Duty franchise; In this case, teams have to hold different positions for as long as possible to earn points.

Henderson also reports that he has seen gameplay footage from Project Q and describes the game’s visual style as being similar to Knockout City and Overwatch. Both games have a cartoonish graphic style.

This isn’t the first time that Ubisoft has fought a royal battle, though the French publisher’s latest attempt has failed. Become Hyper Scape Announced in summer 2020 But soon a battle royale appeared Does not live up to the company’s expectations Commitment. In January of 2022, Ubisoft . announced to halt development from the game. From April 28, there will be no more servers available for the game and Hyper Scape will no longer be playable.

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