How To Access The Hyper Scape Beta
Hyper Scape will be a free-to-play battle royale FPS that features some unique mechanics. Here's how to gain access to the tech test by watching streams.
Hyper Scape has been officially revealed and is playable now through an invite-only beta. The free-to-play battle royale first-person shooter from developer and publisher Ubisoft takes on a futuristic sci-fi aesthetic, where up to 100 players in squads of three jump onto an urban-style map called Neo-Arcadia to fight it out. You don't necessarily have to wait to try it out, either. There is a way to start playing the game right now. [Update: The initial technical test has for Hyper Scape has concluded, but during Ubisoft Forward, the publisher announced that a Hyper Scape open beta is now live.]
The technical test for Hyper Scape is now live and a number of Twitch streamers are playing. Currently, upwards of 450K viewers are tuning into Hyper Scape streams, and keys will be given through Twitch drops for viewers to gain access to the tech test. If you were wondering how to get access to Hyper Scape yourself, you've come to the right place.
How To Access Hyper Scape Beta
To get into the Hyper Scape beta, you have to link your Ubisoft and Twitch accounts and watch Hyper Scape streams with drops enabled. The Hyper Scape account on Twitter has provided the following step-by-step instructions:
- Visit the Ubisoft Drops page and select "get started."
- Select "login with Twitch."
- Authorize your Twitch account.
- Login to or create a Ubisoft account.
- Verify your Ubisoft account on the Ubisoft Account page.
- Head to Twitch and watch Hyper Scape streams with drops enabled.
⚠ WARNING ⚠— Hyper Scape (@HyperScapeGame) July 2, 2020
Please ensure your Twitch and Ubisoft accounts are properly linked for a chance at a Drop! pic.twitter.com/Zxt8NaXSKp
While you're waiting for your drop, we'll have more in-depth coverage such as gameplay, video breakdowns, and early impressions of Hyper Scape later today, so stay tuned for that.
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