UPDATE 5.30 pm: Hyper Space is now official, albeit in practically the most scattershot method possible thanks to the slightly confusing blend of statement, tease, and banner reveal that Ubisoft has chosen is the best way to sort-of-unveil its game this night.
Your first port of call need to be Ubisoft’s brand-new teaser site, which is presented as the home of Prisma Dimensions, an innovation company specialising in “direct neural simulation”. Check out down, and there’s some in-universe talk of its new product, Hyper Space, which will be hosting the “the pulse-pounding action of Crown Rush” on the neon-drenched streets of the virtual city Neo Arcadia – with more to be revealed this Thursday, 2nd July.
Those wishing to do so can sign up for news via the Prisma Dimensions website.
Well @HyperScapeGame is going to be exposed. It’s a FPS Battle Royale from @UbisoftMTL launching on July 12th. Hyper Scape is being developed with banners in mind in a complete partnership with Twitch. Twitch chat will apparently affect some video game mechanics. pic.twitter.com/mwVfs3nUEt!.?.!— Kevin Sebastian(@NoxVoyager
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have likewise been publishing (and sometimes erasing) a series of images connecting to the video game. It’s not entirely clear just how much of this has been orchestrated by Ubisoft, just how much was unintended embargo breaking, and just how much of this is sourced leakage, however a few Twitter accounts are now proving earlier word from Esports-focused press reporter Rod “Slasher “Breslau. Journalist Kevin Sebastian has, for circumstances, shared a selection of new images and says Hyper Space will be a free-to-play first-person battle royale video game pertaining to PC in open beta on 12th July, with a console version due later this year. Hopefully Hyper Space will get a more illuminating revealing this Thursday, 2nd July.
ORIGINAL STORY 2.51 pm: Ubisoft is supposedly set to tease a brand new free-to-play first-person shooter
battle royale called Hyper Scape. Esports-focused press reporter Rod”Slasher”Breslau took to Twitter to say Hyper Scape remains in the works at Ubisoft Montreal( the house of Rainbow Six and Assassin’s Creed), and is due out on PC and consoles. The game enters into closed beta next week on PC, with an open beta planned for 12th July. The console launch is set for later on in 2020, with crossplay planned. Sources: today Ubisoft will tease a brand-new video game code-named”Prisma Dimensions “, which is actually
a brand-new AAA multiplayer fast-paced FPS Battle Royale from Ubisoft Montreal( R6, A/C )called Hyper Scape pic.twitter.com/2hza3P7rz1!.?.!— Rod “4475 SR & Immortal peak”Breslau(@Slasher) June 29, 2020 To see this material please enable targeting cookies. Manage cookie settings Heavy integration with Twitch is likewise prepared, Breslau said. Sources: Hyper Scape
in a complete partnership with Twitch with never seen levels of integration from a big video game before. Twitch chat will to name a few
things be able to directly affect the game live with game-changing occasions pic.twitter.com/I37UUMo8rh!.?.!— Rod “4475 SR & Immortal peak”Breslau (@Slasher) June 29, 2020 To see this material please make it possible for targeting cookies. Manage cookie settings Hyper Scape marks Ubisoft’s entry into the super popular fight royale category, which is
Active Scape is being constructed with banners in mind in a complete partnership with Twitch. It’s not totally clear how much of this has actually been orchestrated by Ubisoft, how much was unintended embargo breaking, and how much of this is sourced leakage, but a couple of Twitter accounts are now proving earlier word from Esports-focused reporter Rod “Slasher “Breslau. Esports-focused reporter Rod”Slasher”Breslau took to Twitter to say Hyper Scape is in the works at Ubisoft Montreal( the house of Rainbow Six and Assassin’s Creed), and is due out on PC and consoles. The game goes into closed beta next week on PC, with an open beta prepared for 12th July. To see this material please make it possible for targeting cookies.