Ubisoft has confirmed that one of many video games it cancelled final week was the mysterious Challenge Q, its on-line battle enviornment recreation.
Talking to Eurogamer, a Ubisoft spokesperson stated it was cancelling growth on the sport, which was solely introduced in April 2022, to concentrate on different initiatives.
It was certainly one of three video games cancelled by the Murderer’s Creed writer final week to counter what it referred to as “main challenges” of the trade, in a transfer that additionally noticed Cranium and Bones delayed for the sixth time.
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“We will verify we’ll now not assist the event of Challenge Q so as to concentrate on precedence initiatives, to which our groups are being reallocated,” the spokesperson stated.
Challenge Q was a “workforce battle enviornment” recreation that had a number of public testing intervals deliberate that in fact by no means got here to fruition. A single picture of the sport was shared alongside its announcement, exhibiting a handful of cartoon characters battling in what appears to be like like New York Metropolis’s Central Park.
Little or no else was recognized in regards to the recreation, although it appeared to look considerably much like Fortnite regardless of Ubisoft making clear it wasn’t a Battle Royale.
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and appearing UK information editor. He’ll discuss The Witcher all day.
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