Thursday, July 23rd 2020

Fully Immerse Yourself in Ubisoft's Hyper Scape with CORSAIR iCUE Game Integration

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, is excited to announce that Hyper Scape, the eagerly anticipated battle royale from Ubisoft currently in open beta, is the latest title to feature dynamic lighting integration with CORSAIR iCUE software. All iCUE-compatible RGB devices in your system, from DRAM to keyboard, will react to in-game actions and events as the battle rages, making for the most immersive experience possible.

In Hyper Scape, players run, vault, and shoot their way through a massive urban cityscape, competing against dozens of opponents online to be crowned the last one standing. The unique setting lets players take advantage of verticality during gameplay, attacking foes from above and below as they traverse the sprawling virtual world. As part of CORSAIR's partnership with Ubisoft, players will also be able to claim a free CORSAIR RGB custom in-game skin when the game officially launches, to battle it out in style.
To further expand the possibilities of system-wide synchronized lighting, CORSAIR iCUE software now also supports control of the RGB lighting on ASUS Aura-compatible graphics cards with the latest version of ASUS' Aura Sync Utility installed, joining ASUS Aura-compatible motherboards for a more united setup than ever before. Combined with the full range of iCUE-controlled RGB components, such as fans, coolers, and memory, players can enjoy fully synchronized lighting throughout their system.

iCUE also now offers convenient access to lighting control and profile selection on PC right from the Xbox Game Bar thanks to the recently released CORSAIR iCUE Game Bar Widgets, available now as a free download from the Microsoft Store app and the Game Bar Widget Store. Developed with Xbox, the widgets enable seamless selection of all saved iCUE profiles and an assortment of Lighting Link effects while iCUE runs in the background, without needing to directly open the software client.

To learn more about CORSAIR iCUE integration with Hyper Scape, please visit this page.
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11 Comments on Fully Immerse Yourself in Ubisoft's Hyper Scape with CORSAIR iCUE Game Integration

#1
Parn
RGB madness at its maximum:laugh:
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#2
X71200
I'd rather not immerse myself with buggy software integrated with trash looter royale games.
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#3
kapone32
I wonder how many FPS you will lose with this running?
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#4
Legacy-ZA
Who games like that? :kookoo:

My room has to be submerged in darkness for maximum immersion while playing, I want no distractions, zilch, nada, nothing, zero.
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#5
dir_d
I think this is a cool little add for the people that spent the time to RGB out everything. I think its cool when i play Diablo 3 on my keyboard and it syncs with it and turns off my keys when certain abilities are on cool down. Might not be for everyone but with every instantly crapping on it, i don't think it deserves that.
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#6
Dave65
If Ubisoft is involved it must be trash.
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#7
u2konline
game doesn't even work for me. update drivers , etc
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#8
claylomax
Dave65
If Ubisoft is involved it must be trash.
If Corsair is involved, it must be trash.

iCUE is an abomination.
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#9
Andreshoi
I don`t play this game but I hope more game developers will do this.

It also works with Far Cry 5 & the last Metro game........and I LOVE IT.
You have to try it to give a proper opinion about it because it is really nice.
Specialy with Metro.....that game did a great job with the lighting.

And if you dont want it.....in the game settings you can turn it off.
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#10
AnarchoPrimitiv
dir_d
I think this is a cool little add for the people that spent the time to RGB out everything. I think its cool when i play Diablo 3 on my keyboard and it syncs with it and turns off my keys when certain abilities are on cool down. Might not be for everyone but with every instantly crapping on it, i don't think it deserves that.
I don't I've a problem with RGB, in fact I don't concern myself with what someone else does when it doesn't have any effect on me, my problem with Corsair, is their use of proprietary connectors instead of the LED industry standard 3 pin JST connector that's used on 5V addressable rgb LEDs. The only reason why they use a proprietary connector, like Thermaltake and some other companies, is to lock you into their products. That's just generally bad for the consumer, and anything that is generally bad for the consumer is something I oppose.
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Caring1
Legacy-ZA
Who games like that? :kookoo:
Streamers, yet with all the crap in that set up, no mic or camera, yet there's a "I got fans" mug. :laugh:
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