There's an untitled Ubisoft Xbox Series X|S title that's currently being beta tested and features up to 32-player multiplayer and sports, violence.
"32 Player Multiplayer... it'll feature sports and violence" - Sounds like a Rocket League-esque title...
Or some extreme sport of some kind...
they just released hyperscape too. As long as its fun, but i dont have a whole lot of faith in Ubisoft for MP games
Yeah sounds kinda like blitz type of game. 32 player mp is definitely an exaggerated amount considering both Foot ball and soccer teams have 11 on each side. It's clearly arcade like sports and not a simulator. This sounds more AA than AAA but who knows right now. Similar to Destruction All Stars on PS5. Not into sports games but if you are glad to see they're making one for sports fans.
For Honor related?
Queue the downplaying comments in 3...2...1...
Queue overhype for an announcement of an announcement...
@DJStotty Who’s downplaying it? Dude you need to relax with your fanboyism here. Since the launch of the new gen you’ve gone full conspiracy theorist in this site. A few years ago I noticed I was starting to post comments very similar to what you type (mine favored Sony though) and realized I needed to take some time off because the comments others were making began affecting my mood IRL. I took a few months off from reading any comments on any of the sites I looked at for video games (N4g, PS Blog, reddit) and after a few months I felt so much better and stopped caring about other opinions on this site because I realized unless someone is posting actual beneficial facts, everything is just opinion. Hope you can figure out what makes you happy in life because these fanboy spats aren’t worth it.
lol what fanboy spats? I simply stated that there will be some comments downplaying a game coming to the Series X, there will be in time. I don't need to take a break my good friend, i like reading gaming news.
@Ron Act like u don't know n4g
@foxhole I know how n4g is. I can also see when someone is taking things too personally when they get all predefensive about something like this. He’s more concerned with other people’s opinions than he is about his own. It’s a shame cause I remember even a year ago he was posting unbiased comments and somewhere along the line something changed. It sucks watching someone turn their hobby into an obsession. We’re all part of a gaming community here because we all like playing games. It’s just tough watching someone unravel.
"Downplaying" a game there's no name for and that we know nothing about, LOL uh ok.
Sounds interesting hope it comes to PS5 would love to see a proper 120FPS mode.
It’s probably Roller Champions or Riders Republic.
Features violence...isn't that politically incorrect ...lol In all honesty how many games out there dont feature some kind of Violence.... Wouldn't really be a selling point in my opinion.
Possible game awards reveal?
Splinter Cell: Battle Royale. 32 splinters come together on one giant map which is shape like a lootbox.
Sports and violence huh? At least 32-player multiplayer is a part of a description that tells us something. Were there just not enough things to say about the game? They really needed three terms to fill out that description, huh? First off, anyone who knows anything about sports knows that there are many different kinds of sports. Unless you're selling a collection of different sports-themed games, saying "sports" heavily implies someone who knows very little about sports is trying to sound edgy to a crowd they clearly don't hang around much. Secondly, plenty of games have violence. It's not that special a feature. The ones that do make it a defining feature go all the way with it, and their descriptions tend to be more clever than just "this game has violence, we promise". FYI, there's more to those games than just that too as, and I can't stress this enough, even being an all-out gore-fest isn't all that special. In any case, Ubisoft are either insinuating their game is ultra-violent, or that it's just like many other games out there. I'm suspecting both.
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