Even though Ubisoft has just announced Project Q, there is already some information that has become known in advance.
Ubisoft kept Project Q information sparse when it announced it, but as usual, you can rely on the gaming community. Information about the game has been leaked from a behind-closed-doors test.
First of all, the official information from Ubisoft:
- It will be a battle arena PvP game
- It’s not just a battle royale
- There will be different modes, all themed FUN! stand.
As usual, this seems vague and mysterious, the leaked information sheds some light into the darkness. Project Q is still in an early development phase, so there will be open or closed ones accordingly beta testing
In this video you can see that the graphic style is very similar to that of Knockout City or Overwatch and the choice of equipment also seems to be the same more family-friendly approach to strive for. The weapons that the player can choose between are e.g. B. Thor’s hammer Mjolnira Luchadora mask or a deck of playing cards. The equipment also includes so-called “miracles”, these miracles give you an advantage in combat, similar to the equipment or special equipment in Call of Duty.
For example, there is one Umbrella that makes you temporarily invisible or a plant seed that gives you back life points. All gear, both weapons and wonders, appear to work via a cooldown mechanic rather than ammo.
Only two game modes emerge from the video so far. The first is called show down
At the beginning of each round, the player has the opportunity to put together his hero and his equipment from different characters and different outfits for each character.
In summary, the following picture emerges:
- not just battle royale, but at least one similar mode
- Character selection at the beginning of each round
- Weapon and wonder selection at the beginning of each round
- Family-friendly look
- Weapons and wonders are regulated by cooldown
- Team battles, objective based and elimination
- early development phase
- Test runs already announced
Here is the link to the gameplay video as long as it hasn’t been banned by Ubisoft:
Finally, there is speculation about Project Q’s payment model. The speculation is based on the fact that, according to their website, Ubisoft Bordeaux are working on an unannounced free-to-play PvP game, which is probably Project Q. However, these are speculations that have not yet been officially confirmed.