Hyper Scape's New Content Includes More Challenges And A Big Mystery

New activities, daily challenges, and Project Tower await players in Ubisoft's sci-fi battle royale game.

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Hyper Scape hasn't been a smash hit on the Twitch charts, where it sought to make a name for itself with its blend of sci-fi and battle royale action, but developer Ubisoft still has plans to grow its young game in the weeks and months to come. A fresh patch rebalanced several weapons, adjusted controller aiming, and added other new features this week, with more fine-tuning scheduled for the rest of September.

New memory shards will arrive every week, along with refreshed daily and weekly challenges. Hack Runner is getting an updated limited-time mode, a new Reddit Ask Me Anything session will be held soon, and the mysterious Project Tower will be unveiled towards the end of the mid-season roadmap. You can see the full schedule for Hyper Scape below:

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Now Playing: Hyper Scape Review

September 1 – 7

  • Mid-season title update v1.1
  • The First Principle comic issue #1
  • Reddit AMA
  • New daily and weekly challenges
  • New memory shard

September 8 – 14

  • Updated limited-time mode: Hack Runner
  • New daily and weekly challenges
  • New memory shard

September 15 – 21

  • New limited-time mode
  • New daily and weekly challenges
  • New memory shard

September 22 – 28

  • New daily and weekly challenges
  • New memory shard

September 29 – October 5

  • Project Tower
  • The First Principle comic issue #2
  • New daily and weekly challenges
  • New memory shard

Hyper Scape is still struggling to attract a larger dedicated audience on Twitch, a streaming platform that the game was designed to take advantage of with its interactive elements that make viewing matches a more exciting spectator sport. Compared to established games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Apex Legends, Hyper Scape's numbers don't come close to matching the healthy views that those games get from a subscriber base that numbers in the millions.

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