Prince of Persia The Sands of Time Remake suffered yet another hard blow, announced by Ubisoft today on social media.
The title is a remake of the historic classic, which has inspired the entire Assassin’s Creed franchise among other acclaimed titles from the French house.
The remake was unveiled last year at Ubisoft Forward, and at the time it had a release scheduled for early 2021.
Since then, the game has been postponed over and over again, the last of which is due in February.
A message from the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake dev team: pic.twitter.com/3B8tgUGkwl
– Prince of Persia (@princeofpersia) June 7, 2021
With fans waiting for news, to find out in particular the health status of the project that was feared even canceled or heavily reshuffled as Immortals Fenyx Rising long ago However, Ubisoft provided bad news about Prince of Persia Remake .
On the social networks of the series it was in fact communicated that the title for PC, PS4 and Xbox One will not return to show itself at Ubisoft Forward .
The event, scheduled for this weekend, seemed like the perfect opportunity to showcase more convincing gameplay and a release date.
Apparently, however, we will have to wait further: between the lines it was revealed that the launch will take place in 2022.
« Prince of Persia The Sands of Time Remake will not be at Ubisoft Forward» , has been confirmed by the development team scattered around India.
“We are making great progress with our game coming out next year , but we are not ready to share any additional information for now.
We will share an update with you as soon as possible ».
Evidently, the harsh feedback received close to the original presentation has left its mark.
The state of the makeover was such that it moved not only the players, but also the neutral observers.
The hope is that, based on the budget guaranteed by the transalpine publisher, we will soon be able to retrace the footsteps of the previous chapters of this prestigious franchise.
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