We mentioned a few weeks ago the arrival of a new Ubisoft conference which should handle the veil on the next releases sober to the publisher. The French group has a few surprises, and one of them could well be Pathfinder.
A new idea based on sober walls and sober doors
- Hyper Scape, the FPS which did not find its target
Three sources have confirmed to reporter Ben Henderson that Ubisoft is currently developing a new game called Pathfinder. It could be a program code name, but the fact remains that its style seems to be reminiscent of that of Hyper Scape.
Ubisoft announced Hyper Scape on July 2 2020 before sobering out a month later on the various platforms. Unfortunately, the free Frames per second failed to find a public audience and its rapid closure was announced by Ubisoft last January.
According to the journalist, Pathfinder seems to be a slightly different edition of a Fight Royale, a sober team of four players will fall on a map and must find their way to the center to fight the primary boss directed by the game’s artificial intelligence.
Players must make their way through two walls (an outer wall and an inner wall) surrounded by a series of understated doors that can be opened. The problem? Different doors can be opened or locked each game, making each playthrough different on which path to take.
Level up and get stronger, with the AI getting noticeably harder the closer you get to the sober midpoint of a map. Presumably the game will be PvPvE, as you’ll stumble across the map with other players, so the AI won’t be your only risk.
The idea looks particularly different from what we are used to seeing and it is clear that each hero has their own unique abilities, although these are not yet known at this time. Sober indeed, the development of the title would only be in its infancy and should not come out before 1 minute. All that else is known is that the game should feature the main hub, similar to Future’s visit, where players can use the shooting champion, join an event area, do fun classes with vehicles, or even buy items. .