Ubisoft opens registrations for new Co-Op Shooter ‘Project U’

Ubisoft has revealed and tested several first-person shooter games in the past few years without even releasing one yet, but the company appears to be still interested in achieving a huge multiplayer success, as it opened registrations for a new cooperative shooter project codenamed U.

It has also been monitored and reported indoor gamesProject U has its own dedicated page on the Ubisoft domain, and players who currently live in Western Europe can Register for playtesting This next project. There is an image or screenshots from this new game other than conceptual art showing multiple warriors with guns shooting what appears to be an army of robots.


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Project U’s official page describes it as “a new concept of session-based co-op shooter, where multiple players unite to overcome an overwhelming threat!” It doesn’t look like the game will have any PvP opportunities, but the descriptions are too short to get a lot of details. It also remains unknown whether Project U will be a hero-based shooter or not, as the official concept of the art says the different characters will be playable.

According to the game’s official page, players from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain and Italy can register to test the game. . Keep in mind that playtest will only be available on PC, with the following minimum system requirements:

  • Minimum (30fps)
  • The operating system: Windows 10
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8 GB of VRAM) or AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 (8 GB of VRAM)

Currently, there is no release date at the time the test run began. If you are selected to test the game, you will be notified via an email from Ubisoft.

Prior to Project U, Ubisoft had tested another multiplayer project codenamed Project Q, which is said to be still in development and active gameplay testing. Other than that, Ubisoft has a few multiplayer projects coming up, including The Division Heartland and Tom Clancy’s XDefiant. Also, the company was working on Ghost Recon Frontline as the upcoming Battle Royale experience, but it was canceled after a closed alpha testing session.

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