Ubisoft has launched its war against the royal genre Hyper Scape, which was published earlier on PC. PS4 and Xbox One. Ubisoft also announced the first information of Hyper Scape Season One, which was called The first concept, along with the console update. You can take Hyper Scape from the download links below before we get into all the nitty info.
Hyper Scape Season One implements cross-progress so that it doesn’t matter which game you play all you unlock. Ubisoft has confirmed that cross play is not yet possible in Hyper Scape and is optional. Hyper Scape Season, and that’s the Dragonfly, also adds a new weapon. The gun is described as a silent, semi-automatic rifle, which means that the number of guns has risen to 11. The magnet hack has also been introduced to trap enemies if they get close to it. A player reporting tool would allow players to report other players in their own groups if they cheat or break other Hyper Scape laws.
The first Hyper Scape season brings with it a 100-tier combat pass with free and premium content, all of which are cosmetic only. A shop is also added to allow players to purchase goods, including those in the original beta. New memory shards are seen in matches that provide a better understanding of Hyper Scape. When it comes to streaming Twitch streamers will have the option to vote on the nine different event cards that can change a match’s setting, while the newly added Kudos feature can activate various graphics like a thumb up. Eventually, Streamers will anonymize their names to keep other players from recognizing who they are.
Although there were talks about Hyper Scape being a cross platform compatible during its development time, these plans were ultimately postponed because Ubisoft wanted to wait until the console launches were announced. Hyper Scape hit the PlayStation and Microsoft Store digital shelves on Aug. 11.
Although cross play is still waiting in the wings, in the first season of Hyper Scape Ubisoft triggered cross progression. Before the inevitable crossplay is released, players can turn between their consoles and their PCs and collect where they have left their progress.
Nvidia is celebrating the recent entry of Ubisoft into the royal combat market, the first-person Hyper Scape shooter, with a very good offer for its Cloud Gaming Platform in GeForce Now. Given that Hyper Scape is a free-to-play title, but it requires a medium gaming PC (or Sony or Microsoft game console), Nvidia also provides a 6-month GeForce Also subscription and a combat pass for $24.95.
In this way, you can play the PC version of the game — and all other awesome game shop or Steam games that you own — on Android devices, on the Shield TV set-top box, or on a Mac or Windows computer with unlimited game access to the $10 combat pass, for a little over $4 a month. Nvidia also claims that you get three unusual cosmetic skins and an emote.
When you are already subscribing to GeForce Now through the Founders tier, which locks the rates at $4.99 a month, Nvidia says it will bundle this new ticket with the current bid. In other terms, you can now pay $25 for a further 6 months of GeForce Now exposure after the price of your founders expires, besides the Hyper Scape benefits.