Hyper Scape, a New FPS Battle Royale, Announced by Ubisoft

Ruben Fields
July 4, 2020

Hyper Scape is Ubisoft's new, fast-paced battle royale, and it didn't take very long after release for players to discover the first major exploit that lets them climb to the top of the map and dominate from up high. 100 contestants jump into the virtual city of Neo Arcadia to duke it out, and as is battle royale tradition, the last person standing is the crowned champion.

At the time of writing, Hyper Scape has more than 330,000 viewers on Twitch, nearly triple the numbers of battle royale juggernaut Fortnite.

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Hyper Scape's duplicate upgrade system also applies for Hacks, which are basically special abilities.

There's also a limited-time mode where you can choose to play solo. Just follow the instructions after you join the official website.

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At the end of the trailer, we can see that the PC Technical Test is now available, and everyone lucky enough may join. A crown pop-up towards the end of the game and the team to collect and retain it for 45 seconds wins the game.

Ubisoft has taken a page out of Riot Games' book to market its battle royale game the same way as Valorant.

Hyper Scape has already witnessed more than 500,000 viewers on Twitch - eager players looking for a chance to test out the game.

Make sure you have whichever weapons and Hacks you need, because in each match, the Hyper Scape announcer will activate events to shake things up a bit. To get in and play during this short period, you'll need to watch Hyper Scape streams on Twitch and wait for a Twitch Drop, which will then grant access to the technical test servers. Ubisoft's attempt at the battle royale genre looks promising and even if the game is not your cup of tea, watching streamers play this chaotic game is super fun.

Yes, Hyper Scape will be on Xbox One and PS4 when Ubisoft's Battle Royale is released.

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