Ubisoft announces turns for a new cooperative shooter, Project U
Ubisoft just announced a new co-op shooter, Project U.
Almost nothing is known about the upcoming game, announced today, but Ubisoft has opened registration for its upcoming demos.
“Codename ‘Project U’ explores a new concept of session-based co-op shooter where multiplayer unites to prevail against an overwhelming threat!” speak Official announcement of the game.
The game is currently in early development, with the first closed beta play for PC only taking place in Western Europe.
While the game will be entirely in English, the company is encouraging players from across Europe to join and will be available in France, Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark , Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain and Italy.
“We would love to play with you and gather your valuable feedback to improve the game experience and steer the production in the right direction!” Ubisoft said.
If you want to try out Project U, you can register here.
This is not the first time Ubisoft recently announced a new project with a test game. Upcoming Project Q, a team arena game Not a battle royale, is announced the same way.
Aside from the game’s registration page, there’s little to go on when it comes to Project U. However, it does feature some artwork depicting a group of armored players battling a giant horde of corner enemies. edge, like a machine.
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