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Ubisoft recently revealed their own entry into the Battle Royale landscape with Hyper Scape, that focuses a lot on streamers and Twitch integration to allow for viewers to manipulate the game world by voting for certain game-changing events to take place. During our time with the technical test we had a look at all the graphics settings available in Hyper Scape, and there's certainly a lot to choose from.
Ubisoft's latest foray into the Battle Royale landscape has brought us Hyper Scape; a slick, fast-paced, and stylish FPS made entirely with live streaming in mind, allowing for audiences to vote for significant game-changing events and effects to appear in-game. The PC Technical Test finished yesterday and with no official release date in sight just yet, we ran some benchmarks to see how well HyperScape performs in it's current state and how demanding it really is. That way we can have a guess as to when the game will officially release and what kind of performance we can expect too.
Ubisoft recently announced their latest free-to-play Battle Royale shooter Hyper Scape, and it's already in a PC technical test period. You can sign up for a chance to access, or watch certain streamers on Twitch in hopes for a code drop. But how demanding is this latest competitive multiplayer game? What are the PC system requirements for Hyper Scape? Let's take a look...
Earlier this week it was reported that Ubisoft would be revealing their next free-to-play Battle Royale game Hyper Scape, and now it has been officially revealed with loads of content available, dropping 4 trailers/gameplay demos within just a few hours. You can even sign up for the PC technical test right now to get your hands on the game early! And just like Valorant, they’re doing it via Twitch drops as well.
There’s been some rumors floating around online today about a new free to play Battle Royale game called Hyper Scape from Ubisoft Montreal that could potentially be teased later today or at least officially revealed soon. Hyper Scape is reportedly developed with live streaming in mind, and will apparently include “never seen levels of integration” in partnership with Twitch.