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Hyper Scape, Ubisoft’s Battle Royale Shooter, Is About To Stop

In the midst of a time when battle royals are one of the most popular genres in the industry, a lot of developers are trying to catch up with this trend by releasing their own games. Ubisoft has tried to do that too, by releasing Hyper Scape, a free-to-play first-person shooter, with some unique features like wall and vertical gameplay, plus Twitch integration, has the ability to change the outcome of the matches. Unfortunately, for a multitude of reasons, the game never caught on.

And after almost a year and a half, Ubisoft has now announced that Hyper Scape will be shutting down as of April 28. Announced via the company’s official website, the publisher does not mention the reason for the pull-out on game. However, they say they are grateful to the community for their support.

Ubisoft wrote: “We have made the difficult decision to end development of Hyper Scape and close the game as of April 28. We aim to create a vertical, close-up and shooter experience and It’s fast paced and we’re incredibly grateful to the community for joining us on the journey. We will incorporate the key lessons from this game into future products.

“To the Hyper Scape community, thank you for your passion and dedication to the world of Neo Arcadia both inside and outside of the game. Your dedication to the game we built will always be appreciated. ”

It can be said that Hyper Scape has a lot of potential, but was released at the wrong time, and not supported as it should be. Either way, the fact that it stopped working is unfortunate. Hopefully we get some more news from the dev team about a new game in the near future.

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