Ubisoft has unveiled a brand new multiplayer game to the public: the eponymous Project Q. While not the final name for this competitive title, we do know the game is in early development and that you can pre-register for the upcoming playtests.
Here’s everything we know about Ubisoft’s upcoming Project Q team battle arena to help you gauge if you should put the new title on your radar or not.
What is Project Q?
The biggest question you’ll likely have is, “What exactly is Project Q?” Well, it’s a competitive multiplayer game. It has a bright, cartoony art style. It is not a battle royale and will not feature NFTs.
Additionally, it’s not a secret sequel to Hyper Scape – Ubisoft’s battle royale. That still doesn’t really explain where this fits, but we imagine the game will likely be a third-person shooter in a similar vein to Fortnite.
Is there a Project Q release date?
Ubisoft has not given a release date for Project Q just yet. We don’t even know when the beta will take place, but we know you can currently pre-register for it for a chance to get access to the playtests.
What Platforms is Project Q on?
According to the beta pre-registration website, Project Q will be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. We don’t know if that means native next-generation ports or if the game will have enhancements in backward compatibility mode.
At any rate, Nintendo players won’t be getting treated to Ubisoft’s latest multiplayer experience.
How to Pre-Register for Project Q
Alongside the announcement of Project Q, Ubisoft confirmed that pre-registration is currently open on the title.
Follow our instructions below to sign-up to playtests:
- Go to the Ubisoft website.
- Choose the preferred platform you’d like to play.
- Sign into your Ubisoft account.
With Ubisoft’s current reputation for jumping on the NFT bandwagon, many players are already skeptical of Project Q. It’s telling that the company needed to clarify that NFTs will not be a part of this project, but that hasn’t persuaded players from believing otherwise.
There are numerous posts stating their disdain for NFTs and hoping this new title doesn’t include them, but only time will tell.