Ubisoft reportedly creating PvP area game Project Q

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EA has Knockout City, and Blizzard has Overwatch. Now it looks like Ubisoft is getting in on the sector motion with one thing referred to as Project Q.

Tom Henderson, identified for a number of earlier insider Ubisoft tales, reported on Project Q at eXputer. According to “eight different sources,” this game is in improvement at Ubisoft Bordeaux. Called an “innovative and modern PvP battle arena game,” Project Q was a part of final fall’s huge Nvidia GeForce Now leak. It has two key game modes, beginning with Showdown. This battle royale-like mode pits 4 groups of two gamers every in opposition to one another. The second, referred to as Battle Zone, has the identical group measurement and participant rely, however the purpose is to attain 100 factors by controlling elements of the map.

To win in both mode, gamers get to decide on a loadout of weapons, skills, and abilities. Weapons aren’t the anticipated weapons — they’re as a substitute quirky instruments like fireworks, hammers, and decks of playing cards. Henderson claims game footage has been despatched anonymously as properly, exhibiting off a cartoony look akin to the aforementioned Knockout City and Overwatch.

As with any report, do not forget that Ubisoft has not formally introduced Project Q, and that may in all probability not be the game’s closing identify anyway. That stated, a earlier Ubisoft report (once more from Henderson), claims {that a} huge showcase that includes the likes of Skull & Bones, Beyond Good & Evil 2, and different video games is on the horizon. Project Q may definitely be part of that potential program.