Hyper Scape, Ubisoft’s battle royale, will be disabled

Ubisoft announced on Thursday that it will end development of Hyperscape, free battle royale from the French producer. Launched as a beta in 2020, the game had the promise of being Ubisoft’s answer to the success of Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone and Apex Legends. However, the plane went up on the roof.

In a statement on the game’s official website, the responsible team confirmed the end of development of new updates and fixes. As of April 28th, the servers will be shut down and it will no longer be possible to play Hyperscape.

“We have taken the difficult decision to terminate development of the Hyperscape and end the game on April 28. We set out to create a fast-paced experience and are extremely grateful to our community for joining us on our journey. We will carry the key learnings from this game to future products.”

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Free to play and with a first-person view, Hyperscape presents a graphic style that unites references such as Number 1 player to a high-tech scenario. In addition to the faster pace compared to other games of the genre, the title had integration with Twitch. Spectators of platform matches had the power to change elements during combat.

Despite the news, the game never took off, not accumulating a large enough player base — a fact that may justify discontinuation. Hyperscape is still available for Xbox One, PC and PS4.

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