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Announced the date of the next Ubisoft Forward

It was in the air, but today 1 September 2020 official confirmation from Ubisoft arrived: the next Ubisoft Forward digital event is set for next Thursday 10 September 2020. https://youtu.be/Q6Wy3Kqkl2s Through this video, the ...

Hyper Scape, Season 1 of Ubisoft's battle royale kicks off

Today is the release day for Hyper Scape, Ubisoft's new battle royale that simultaneously starts Season 1. This brings additional content to the open beta phase, ...
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Ubisoft Forward - Hyper Scape, the open beta has started

During the Ubisoft Forward the opening of the Hyper Scape open beta was also announced. It is a first person shooter, battle royal and free to play. Hyper Scape is set in 2054, in ...
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Hyper Scape, the beta keys will be distributed via Twitch drops

Ubisoft has recently decided to enter the Battle Royale market with a straight leg with Hyper Scape, whose closed beta can be obtained with Twitch drops, a bit like it had happened ...

Hyper Scape, Ubisoft ready to launch its battle royale

It has been speculated for a long time about the existence of a battle royale by Ubisoft and the French company itself had made no secret in the past of looking with curiosity at the genre of the moment. Now i ...

Will Lost Judgment have a big expansion via the Season Pass?

Lost Judgment could be the first Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio title to have a real expansion via the Season Pass. The sequel to ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

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