Ubisoft’s first attempt at the popular battle royale genre Hyper Scape is shutting down on April 28. The free-to-play title developed by Ubisoft Montreal has been on the market for less than two years, released on July 12 2020.
In a statement released on the Hyper Scape website, Ubisoft said:
We have made the difficult decision to end development of Hyper Scape and shut the game down as of April 28th. We set out to create a vertical, close-quarters, and fast-paced shooter experience and we are extremely grateful to our community for joining us on our journey. We will be taking key learnings from this game into future products.
To the Hyper Scape community, thank you for your passion and dedication to the world of Neo Arcadia both inside and outside of the game. Your devotion to the game we built will always be cherished.
As of late 2020, Ubisoft had planned to overhaul Hyper Scape to reach its “full potential”. However, signs had been there Ubisoft had given up on the skyline shooter. Last year, the publisher announced Ghost Recon Frontline – a free-to-play battle royale in the Tom Clancy universe.
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