Ubisoft invites players to sign up for a closed beta experience of Project U, a new co-op shooter that promises a battle against challenging threats.
Ubisoft has just announced the official play site for Project U, the brand new coop shooter. While it’s long been known that the publishing team has a number of secret projects in production, any specifics about the potential have been rather hazy, with leaks and details seemingly lacking a lot. More relevant information about a new coop multiplayer shooter. While Ubisoft may have tried a few times in coming up with a novel and exciting co-op game idea, Project U seems to have some notable things to do. Most notable, perhaps, is the fact that the product is described as a “new concept of a co-op shooter” where players are tasked with working together to survive a devastating attack. hurl different types of enemies.
Since Project U is just about to enter one of its earliest betas, Ubisoft is being fairly selective about what information it is sharing with its potential testers. Unlike The Division: Heartland, which is mostly a known amount, Project U is much more mysterious. Interested players can sign up using Ubisoft’s official website, and while everyone is welcome to do so, it’s worth noting that only players from Western Europe are eligible to participate in this phase. this paragraph.
Oddly enough, Project U wasn’t present at this year’s Ubisoft Forward showcase, although that’s not surprising, depending on how well the game is in development. With almost no media sharing and nothing lacking about the base gameplay introduction on the site, Ubisoft is deliberately trying to find a way not to attract extremely wide attention, and quite feasible when the official reveal will not take place for a long time.
Part of the announcement is also unremarkable, but it seems to suggest that in Project U you’ll be dealing with all kinds of machine threats. The drones introduced look a bit like those that appeared in Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. While discussing Project U, it might be better to distinguish it from Ubisoft’s Project Q and the controversies surrounding the game’s NFT. Specifically, Project Q is a team battle arena game that will somehow leverage Ubisoft’s NFT technology. It’s not yet clear if Project U will use NFT, but the feature doesn’t seem to matter much in its early beta anyway.
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