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Ubisoft’s Hyper Scape stable version will be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One for free on August 11

The company announced on Twitter that Ubisoft’s Hyper Scape will be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on August 11. The free-to-play Royal Royale game is currently available for testing on PC and will eventually land on all three platforms on August 11. Hyper Scape is Ubisoft’s “Battle Royale” game genre, dominated by “Call of Duty”: Warzone, Fortnite, Apex Legends and PUBG. Hyper Scape was first released as a technical test on July 2 and then entered the public beta for PC on July 12.

according to tweet As well as the website published by Ubisoft, Hyper Scape will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 11.

It can be downloaded from various stores. The game is already available for public testing on the PC through the Uplay store and Ubisoft website, but the access will be suspended on August 2 until the game is finally released on August 11. Twitter account, It will start from the 1st season on August 11, and bring “new weapons, new hackers, new limited-time game modes, 100-tier battle pass and more”. This will be available on all three platforms. The first season is called “Honor.”

Ubisoft also pointed out that PC players who have been playing games in the beta version will be able to maintain their progress to the stable version. It also provides players with the opportunity to improve their battle pass by watching Twitch live broadcasts even if they have not yet played the game on PC.

Ubisoft provides 600 premium game coins Bitcrowns to players who have played or even watched the game. They will need to play the game or watch the Crowncast-enabled Twitch stream for an hour before the end of the public beta on August 2.

Hyper Scape is a free first-person battle royale game, held in New Arcadia in 2054. It has many functions and powerful picking functions, which can add more verticality to the game.

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