It changed into within the starting establish due in January 2021
Evidently one thing has gone unsuitable with time, because Ubisoft hang confirmed that the Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Remake is now due in 2022. Serious concerning the remake of the pleasing time-rewinding stab-o-platfomer changed into supposedly three months away from beginning when they presented it in 2020, yeesh, any individual at Ubi need to hang dropped their magical hourglass. So no, they would possibly perhaps perhaps also no longer be exhibiting it at their E3 showcase this week both.
“As that you just too can need already learn, Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Remake would possibly perhaps presumably also no longer be in Ubisoft Forward,” the firm talked about on Twitter. “We are making big development for our sport to free up next year, however we do no longer seem like ready to portion any more data correct yet. We can portion an update as quickly as we are ready.”
When Ubisoft presented the sport in September 2020, they talked about it could in all probability perhaps perhaps beginning handiest three months later, on the 21st of January, 2021. Successfully, reach December they delayed it to March 18th, then in February they delayed it yet again and wisely elected to be imprecise as hell. Now we know that lengthen is a appropriate prolonged’un.
A year’s lengthen for a sport that changed into supposedly about ready for beginning is with out a doubt contemporary. With out a appropriate clarification from Ubisoft, we do no longer know if development’s going poorly, or if any individual changed into wildly over-optimistic, or if Ubi shunted americans between projects to support different studios with better video games, or… whatever’s up, it be odd.
Take a look at out our E3 time desk for further on Ubi’s pressblast, and your whole different blasts. We attain know that Ubi shall be exhibiting Rainbow Six Extraction, the odd zombie/mutant/moonman streak-off previously identified as R6 Quarantine.