Hyperscape Has Come To Console
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Hyperscape Has Come To Console

Hyperscape Has Come To Console

Battle Royal upstart Hyperscape has officially launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox one after a beta period on PC which Ubisoft has used to iron out the kinks and make sure the bullets are flying straight. Hyperscape has a few points of difference over the other big boys in the genre including an almost parkour-style movement system, upgradable weapons and a 100 player limit.

Hyperscape has also been built up with Twitch integration in mind so there are sure to be a host of streamers out there boosting the game and ensuring it has a good player count for some time to come. On the launch, Executive Producer Graeme Jennings had this to say. “We are tremendously proud of today’s launch across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. We’ve worked passionately for over two years to get to this milestone and we’re excited to say this is just the beginning. With our fast-paced urban gameplay and one of a kind Crowncast Twitch extension, we’ve introduced a fresh new way to both play and interact with a Battle Royale.”

Hyperscape Has Come To Console

So what are you waiting for? Head to your favourite console BR fans and start downloading, Hyperscape is available now. If you need more info make sure you check out all the details for Hyperscape’s first season, direct from the Ubisoft press release below:

HYPER SCAPE’S STORY STARTS IN SEASON ONE

Season One kick-starts the overarching Hyper Scape narrative: There is a mystery in the Hyper Scape created by Prisma Dimensions that players will have to solve. Season One introduces Memory Shards that players can collect to discover more about certain characters and events. Every week, a new Memory Shard will be hidden in the game world, for players to find and collect. In addition to Memory Shards, comics will be released during Season One and following Seasons, building Hyper Scape’s story.

Hyperscape Has Come To Console

NEW CONTENT COMING WITH SEASON ONE

Hyper Scape’s first season introduces a brand new mid-range weapon, the Dragonfly, as well as a new hack, Magnet, which can be used to trap unsuspecting contenders. Season One will include a total of 11 guns and 11 hacks. In addition to Solo and Squad Crown Rush, additional limited-time game modes are also planned throughout Season One.

Hyperscape Has Come To Console

NEW FEATURES FOR THE CROWNCAST EXTENSION ON TWITCH

Hyper Scape’s first season will introduce a new feature to the innovative Hyper Scape Crowncast Twitch extension: Kudos, a tool that allows viewers to support their streamers and react to the most exciting moments by producing in-game visual effects within a particular streamer’s match – Kudos can be purchased with Twitch’s Bits.

Thanks to Hyper Scape Crowncast, viewers can also progress on their free and premium Battle Pass by watching Hyper Scape streams on Twitch. Streamers can also invite viewers to join their squad in just a few clicks. The Vote on Events feature that provide viewers real-time impact on the battle gets extended in Season one with a new event card called “Lethal Melee.” During a “Lethal Melee” event, a player’s melee weapon can eliminate opponents in one hit. In total, nine Event cards are already available in the Hyper Scape Crowncast extension.

To celebrate the launch with the community, viewers will be able to unlock exclusive Hyper Scape emotes on Twitch. From August 17th through August 31st, when viewers subscribe, gift a subscription to a channel, or cheer with at least 300 Bits, viewers will earn Hyper Scape inspired emotes to use in chat and keep them permanently. Hyper Scape emotes are a unique opportunity to express excitement for this new gaming experience on Twitch.

Hyperscape Has Come To Console

SEASON ONE BATTLE PASS

Hyper Scape Season One also includes new customisation items through its Battle Pass. This Battle Pass offers a free and a premium track and features 100 tiers of exclusive cosmetic items to unlock during the Season. The premium track of the Battle Pass is available for 950 Bitcrowns, the in-game currency. Players get Bitcrowns by simply playing the game, or by purchasing packs of Bitcrowns with real money on the Ubisoft or first party stores. Similar to the Open Beta, viewers can progress their Battle Pass simply by watching Hyper Scape streams on Twitch with the Hyper Scape Crowncast extension enabled. Additional customisation items will be available through the in-game shop.