Ubisoft introduced players to Project Q, an upcoming team-based game still in development, through the company’s official Twitter account today. The announcement comes just a day after leaked footage from the title surfaced.
Project Q is still in development and will be a “team battle arena” that lets “players truly own the experience,” according to Ubisoft. The company also wanted to clarify that Project Q is not a battle royale. “The game will feature a variety of PvP modes with one goal in mind: FUN,” it said. Ubisoft also said it doesn’t have plans to use NFTs on this title.
Not much information was officially shared, but Ubisoft invites players to register for future tests on a dedicated site and give their feedback. Despite the lack of official information, players already know a lot more due to yesterday’s leak, which revealed much of the gameplay, splash menus, gear, and some game modes.
Ubisoft hasn’t given players a release date, so players will have to wait for upcoming announcements or invitations to future tests to discover more about Project Q.
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