Ubisoft's FREE Battle Royale 'Hyper Scape' Launches For PC & Consoles

Gaming community went crazy when Ubisoft announced its first battle royale game, Hyper Scape. For over a month, Hyper Scape was in Open Beta and was loved by almost everyone who tried out the video game.

Now, Ubisoft has finally launched the game for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, along with the arrival of its Season One: The First Principle. Also, the best part is that the 100-player Battle Royale game is entirely free to play.

Just like a traditional battle royale game, Hyper Scape is also about 100 players fighting to be the last one standing. However, what makes Hyper Scape distinct from other battle royale game such as PUBG, and Warzone, is its incredibly fast-paced gameplaya.

In Hyper Scape, Parkour is a significant element, so you’ll be able to climb on top of the buildings like you’re in an action movie.

Other than that, players can bend reality by using different hacks in the game. For instance, the ‘Wall’ hack lets players build a gigantic wall in the middle of nowhere to stop enemies from chasing after them. Like that, there are numerous powerful hacks available in Hyper Scape.

Season 1 introduces a new weapon in the game, which is the mid-range Dragonfly. Other than that, there is a new ‘Magnet’ hack that can trap enemies to make them vulnerable for a few seconds.

Surprisingly, Hyper Scape will follow a storyline that can be uncovered by collecting Memory Shards, which will be hidden somewhere in the urban landscape of Neo Arcadia world.

Hyper Scape is a new exciting take on the Battle Royale genre that is worth playing. Also, given that Hyper Scape is free to play, you’ll not lose anything for downloading the game and trying it out.

Shivam Gulati
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