Back in February, Ubisoft indefinitely delayed Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake. Fans of the sequence have been seemingly hopeful that this week’s Ubisoft Forward would possibly make clear the sport’s standing. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has confirmed that the remake won’t be making an look.
Ubisoft confirmed the information by way of Twitter (as sighted by Fanbyte) stating that whereas the sport is making “great progress” it’s not prepared to tug the curtain again on it once more simply but.
On the (form of) vibrant facet, the assertion confirms that the remake is projected to launch someday subsequent yr. A bummer, but it surely’s good to know that we should not count on the sport this yr. Check out the complete assertion under.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake was introduced final September and is being developed by Ubisoft India. It serves as an enhanced improve of the 2003 traditional and options modernized controls, re-recorded dialogue by the unique voice solid, and improved visuals (though some followers have argued it may look higher).
The remake was initially scheduled to launch January 21. It was then delayed to March 18. Regardless of when it releases, it would price $39.99 and be obtainable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. There’s nonetheless no phrase if native PS5/Xbox Series X/S variations are within the works.
Ubisoft Forward will air Saturday, June 12 – the primary day of E3 2021 – at 12 p.m. Pacific. So far, Ubisoft has confirmed the present will embrace updates on video games such because the upcoming Rainbow Six Extraction (previously often called Quarantine), Far Cry 6, Riders Republic, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. A pre-show will air one hour earlier at 11 a.m. and may have bulletins for Watch Dogs: Legion, For Honor, Trackmania, The Crew 2, and different titles. To sustain with the ever-changing E3 press convention instances, we put a helpful schedule collectively that you could view right here.
Are you disillusioned that Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is skipping E3 this yr? What else do you hope to see at Ubisoft Forward? Share your ideas within the feedback