Ubisoft Wont Feature NFT In New ‘team battle arena’
There will be no NFTs in Ubisoft’s next “team battle arena game,” which was released with two important disclaimers. The game’s publisher tweeted the news after a video of the game, codenamed Project Q, was leaked on the internet.
According to Ubisoft, “This is not a Battle Royale.”. It’s all about having fun in the game’s many PvP modes.” In this game, NFTs are not planned, but you may find out more by enrolling and participating in the next testing!
According to a tweet from Ubisoft, you may sign up for forthcoming Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC testing. No indication on when the testing will be accessible, or if the final version of the game will be free to play. Even though the controversial in-game NFT effort Ubisoft slipped into Ghost Recon was dubbed “Quartz,” the studio did promise gamers that the “Q” in Project Q would not stand for “Quartz.”
Video game leaker Tom Henderson has shown off Project Q gameplay, which seems like a cross between Fortnite and Overwatch. Showdown (battle royale) and Battle Zone (multiplayer) are the two modes currently available (territory control). Because the game is still in its early stages of development, anything is possible.
Free-to-play battle royale game Hyper Scape was published by Ubisoft in 2020. As its popularity dwindled significantly, the futuristic shooter was eventually shut down on April 28th, 2022.