Ubisoft announced its upcoming “team battle arena game” with two major disclaimers: It’s not a battle royale only game and there are no NFTs. game company share news on twitter After the leakers posted footage of the game, the codename Project Qonline.
“This is not a battle royale,” said Ubisoft in a series Tweets, “The game will have a variety of PvP modes with a single goal in mind: FUN! We have no plans to add NFTs to this game, you can find out more by registering and participating in upcoming trials!”
So, we heard you heard…
Codenamed “Project Q”, a team battle arena lets players experience what they really are! The game is in early development and we will keep testing, so for now you can just register for upcoming tests: pic.twitter.com/hZ40OkPdum
— Ubisoft (@ubisoft) 23 April 2022
As noted in Ubisoft’s tweet, you can sign up for upcoming trials for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC on Ubisoft’s website. There’s no word on when the trials will be available, or whether the game will be free-to-play in its final form. Ubisoft did reassure the playersHowever, that in “Q” Project Q Won’t stand for “Quartz,” the name of the company’s divisive in-game NFT initiative into which it slipped ghost recon,
Project Q Video game leaker Tom Henderson shows footage from a fortnite fulfills overwatch type of beauty. It appears to offer two modes as of now: Showdown (Battle Royale) and Battle Zone (Area Control). The game is still in early development, so it’s all subject to change. ledge Ubisoft reached out with a request for comment but did not immediately hear back.
Ubisoft launched a short-lived free-to-play battle royale called hyper scapein 2020. The futuristic shooter put a twist on the traditional battle royale, but its popularity quickly waned, leading to its final closure on April 28, 2022.