Hyper Scape

For Hyper Scape Season 1, players are encouraged to hunt down two memory shards hidden on the map. According to the game’s official website, ”memory shards are narrative collectibles that periodically appear through Neo Arcadia.” Scouting the map for these memory shards can be quite difficult, especially in a fast-paced battle royale such as Hyper Scape. However, they are simple to find if you know where to look. In the long term, having these memory shards could be important as the game does have a narrative objective. There aren’t any immediate benefits for collecting them yet though.

Hyper Scape memory shards will be available to find each week. Also, they each contain an image and a lore fragment. Memories are accessible in your locker. There is a tab where you can select a memory and read an associated description. For example, memory shard 1.1 is named “welcome to the Hyper Scape,” and memory shard 1.2 is “secret ways.”

Hunting down the memory shards

To begin, the first memory shard is located in Tora Garden. This sector has a large structure with a diamond that glows in the middle. If you make your way up the glowing stairs, you will find Memory Shard 1.1. All you have to do is pick it up and the challenge is completed.

Hyper Scape Memory Shard

 

Next, you are required to make your way towards Utility Hill which is quite far out from the centre of the map. The memory shard is located to the east of this area, parallel to the tram line. Additionally, look for the blue squares on the ground and move down to the door that has a pink hue. Walk straight through and you will see the memory shard.

Hyper Scape Memory Shard

As this is only the first set of memory shards that Season 1 has to offer, it will be interesting to see how they develop the story of Neo Arcadia in the future. Check back each week for help with finding additional Hyper Scape memory shard locations.

Lauren Sayles
Lauren is a writer and an FPS enthusiast! She has a love for Call of Duty and the esports side of it too!

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