Hyper Scape Officially Launches on 11th August with a new Battle Pass, A New Gun and a New Hack

Hyper Scape is the new entry in the celebrated Battle Royale genre that has already won a considerable player base in its PC Open Beta phase. The Open Beta will continue until 2nd August, which means you only have two more days to complete the current 30-tier Battle Pass. The game will officially release on 11th August on PC, PS4, and Xbox One consoles. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has no plans to release the game on Switch yet. However, we may see a Switch version down the road.

The game will release with Season 1 called “The First Principle” that will introduce new limited-time game modes, a new gun and a hack, and new features for the interactive Twitch chat called Crowncast. The new lethal weapon is called Dragonfly, while the new hack is called Magnet. The new feature in Crowncast called Kudos will allow viewers on Twitch to react to the exciting moments using the bits (currency in Hyper Scape). It will create a visual effect on the screen too. The first limited-time game mode called Melee event will start as soon as the game releases. As the name suggests, it will make Melee weapons deadly for a limited time.

Since the game features cross-platform progression, the items that the players purchased or won during the Open Beta will remain in the inventory if the player decides to continue progression on the console. Players can also progress the Battle Pass without even getting in the game thanks to the Crowncast.

As thanks to the players who participated in the Open Beta Ubisoft is giving players a chance to earn 600 Bitcrowns. All you have to do is watch a twitch stream for an hour or jump into the Open Beta and claim your rewards at the platform of your choice on 11th August.

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