Officially announced by Ubisoft in July 2022, the new shooter XDefiant should have another test of its crossplay systems this week. While the free-to-play game has already passed other preliminary testing stages, this will be the first time the company will test integration between PC servers and consoles.
The game is considered a combination of titles like Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon and The Division, bringing maps where two teams of 6 players compete against each other. Originally introduced as a Tom Clancy branded product, the title ended up dropping its relationship with the author after a while.
According to Ubisoft, the decision was made because XDefiant strayed far from the serious military themes present in Clancy’s works. While Ubisoft has already done several tests of the game since its announcement, these have all been limited to teams of “insiders” chosen by it – and the same will be true of the crossplay stage planned for this week.
Registration for the new stages is now open
While test participants must sign documents pledging not to speak publicly about their experiences, the developer himself has already clarified what will be present in the new testing stage. inside this, Players will be able to find four game modes: Escort, Zone Control, Domination and Occupy.
Furthermore, maps such as Attica Heights, Arena, Dumbo, Emporium, Liberty, Mayday, Meltdown, Midway, Nudleplex, Showtime, Times Square, Zoo and Pueblito will be available. The large amount of content available is indicative that the XDefiant build process is going well, although no release date has been announced yet.
If you would like to participate in the next stages of testing, You can still sign up for them on the game’s official website. — click here to access. with versions for PRAÇA, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox one is Xbox Series X|Sthe game has the tough mission to help turn around the troubled situation of the developer, who is successfully searching for free a way to return to more glorious times.
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