Late last year, a web developer trifled with Nvidia’s GeForce Now database and unveiled a list of many unreleased games (around 18,000) with details. One of Ubisoft’s games from that list called Project Q has finally hoved into the view. Yes, you read it right!
The world-famous French video game company has announced that it is working on a project codenamed Project Q. The confirmation came right after the footage of the game (reportedly taken from the first closed test of the team battle arena) was uploaded online.
Ubisoft scoffed at the scenario and inclined itself toward starting the Project Q registration page for upcoming playtests. “So, we heard you heard…” wrote the French video game company on Twitter. “Introducing codename Project Q, a team battle arena letting players truly own the experience! The game is in early development and we will keep testing, so for now all you can do is register for upcoming tests.”
So, we heard you heard… 🤷— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) April 23, 2022
Introducing codename “Project Q”, a team battle arena letting players truly own the experience! The game is in early development and we will keep testing, so for now all you can do is register for upcoming tests: https://t.co/TMRKwiUzbJ pic.twitter.com/hZ40OkPdum
Ubisoft’s tweet also stated that Project Q right now is in the early stage of development. The video game company will keep testing the game until it reaches the zenith. However, players can sign up to take part in the closed test. On heading on over to the registration page, we saw that Project Q will be released for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4.
Sadly, you can’t get your hands on Project Q if you are a Steam PC player. You can register for a closed test via Ubisoft Connect PC though. About gameplay and genre, well, you will be surprised to know that despite looking like a battle royale game, Project Q actually isn’t a battle royale game!
Ubisoft itself confirmed that this title isn’t a battle royale but a team battle arena game. “The game will feature a variety of PvP modes with one single goal in mind – FUN.”, the French video game company tweeted. Players will have a mixed bag of items with unique abilities, like Icarus Wings (which offers you a high jump and hover), or Wukong’s Staff (which lets you perform martial arts chain combo abilities).
Players will also be able to switch freely between ranged attacks and melee combos. To be more precise, frenetic brawls. Ubisoft also confirmed in a subsequent tweet that Project Q isn’t going to be the official name of its upcoming game and that it will not feature NFTs.
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