Ubisoft confirms that its upcoming PvP battle arena game Project Q is real

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Ubisoft has confirmed leaked footage of a new and unannounced project, codenamed Project Q, to be real.

The confirmation came just hours after footage of the game – allegedly from the first closed test of the Team Battle Arena – was shared online.

“So we heard you heard…” Ubisoft tweeted, confirming that the leak was indeed legit. “Introducing codenamed Project Q, a team battle arena where players can truly own the experience! The game is in early development and we will continue testing, so for now you can only register for upcoming tests.

“By the way, this isn’t a battle royale. The game will feature a variety of PvP modes with one goal in mind: FUN!” another tweet clarified.

Perhaps most interestingly for a company deep into controversial NFT and blockchain technology, Ubisoft added another tweet to the thread and confirmed from the start that Ubisoft “has no plans to add NFTs to this game”.

If you would like to participate in the closed test, visit the game’s sign-up page, which confirms that the PvP game is available for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5 and PS4. You can also play on PC via Ubisoft Connect.

Interestingly, the sign-up page appears to have been updated to remove details about the new game, but it originally stated that Project Q was an “innovative and modern PvP battle arena game” in “early development.” The closed test was reportedly the title’s “first playable closed test” in order to gather feedback from players about “the concept of the game and the core gameplay experience”.



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