Project Q: Heading towards a new Ubisoft free-to-play battle royale to overshadow Fortnite?

Gaming News Project Q: Heading towards a new Ubisoft free-to-play battle royale to overshadow Fortnite?

As several leaks reach us regarding future productions from Ubisoft, today we learn more about one of them. Codenamed “Project Q,” this competitive multiplayer title was set to be Ubisoft’s new Fortnite-style battle royale.

A Fortnite made in Ubisoft?

Ubisoft has been suffering from several leaks for some time. The French studio doesn’t seem to have any control over its communications when we learned of the existence of a certain “Project Q” via last September
Geforce Now leak. Today, several sources indicate the existence of this game developed by Ubisoft Bordeaux. Project Q is presented as a competitive multiplayer title with two game modes: a first called “Battle Zone” in which two teams of 4 players compete in an arena similar to the strategic point in Call of Duty, and a second called “Showdown” which resembles a Battle Royale.

If nothing has been confirmed by the French studio at the moment, A video recently shared on eXputer by the famous Tom Henderson would show Project Q’s style. At first glance, it’s hard not to compare this new game Fourteen days or over watch. In terms of mechanics, on the other hand, Project Q draws from right to left to offer us a different experience to titles from Epic Games and Blizzard.

It will be possible a priori to choose his weapons and skills, as well as three different “wonders” (miracles in English). Instead of torturing assault rifles and other firearms, players have their choice of paint guns, playing cards, hammers, or even fireworks. Eventually, several unique abilities will be available, such as: B. Wings that allow you to hover and jump higher.

One battle royale can hide another

We don’t yet know if these leaks and the video already available correspond to Project Q or another project in development. You should know that Ubisoft is also preparing other Battle Royales, including “Pathfinder” with a more original concept that requires players to team up to reach the center of the map and defeat a boss. In any case, it is certain that the French giant wants to position itself permanently on the Battle Royale market. after announcing the end of his first attempt at the genre, Hyper Scape.

Project Q: Heading towards a new Ubisoft free-to-play battle royale to overshadow Fortnite?

The leaked images show a fairly well-defined game, but it’s still in its infancy. We will therefore have to wait for confirmation from Ubisoft to be sure that this information concerns Project Q or another still “secret” game. What is certain, however, is that Ubisoft Bordeaux is there: The studio states on its site that it is working on a “free-to-play PVP”. To be continued.

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