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Fallen into oblivion, the Battle Royale Hyper Scape is stopped by Ubisoft


Despite its more nervous gameplay than the pioneers of the genre, Hyper Scape did not convince during its two years of life. Ubisoft’s free-to-play servers will be shut down in April.

Hyper Scape, you know? No? You are not alone. the Battle Royale from Ubisoft, which borrowed quite a bit from Apex Legends too, has hardly ever been talked about since its launch and after several seasons, however regularly updated, has not experienced a breakthrough in terms of the number of players.

So, in the face of failure, the publisher has simply announced that it will stop its free-to-play on April 28. It must also be said that with the group’s current strategy of profoundly modifying all its licenses and offering three or four games a year, competition is fierce even internally. Hyper Scape could have overshadowed a another future futuristic free-to-play, XDefiant.

We wanted to create a shooter experience that offered intense and fast-paced close combat with verticality, and we thank the community for following us in this adventure. We will use everything we learned about this game in our future projects..

As a reminder, last year, Ubisoft announced that it would put a large envelope of its creation on free games (a fifth of production). Currently, the projects announced (XDefiant or The Division: Heartland for example) have not necessarily been well received by the community. Will they have better luck in the future?

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Source: www.ubisoft.com

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