Just recently, Ubisoft has once again confirmed that the project Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time remake is still in development and has not been canceled as many rumors. Even this publisher was so tired that he created a set of “Frequently Asked Questions” about the project for users to refer to. The development team also revealed that the game is being finalized at Ubifost Montreal.
This is certainly not more exciting news for fans of the famous Prince of Persia game franchise. In fact, Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time Remake was announced by Ubisoft, introduced in 2020 and is expected to release in 2021. However, for many reasons, everything has been delayed for quite a while. Even in June this year, the game continued to have to delay the release date again and according to what Ubisoft shared currently, Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time Remake can only reach users in the quarter. 1 year later. The specific release date of the game has not been set yet.
However, it is worth noting that on the one hand Ubisoft is confident that the Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time Remake project is still developing as planned. On the other hand, the company has begun to have moves to refund players who pre-register for this game. According to Ubisoft, they will only reopen the pre-order system the moment the Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time Remake release date is announced.
This may confuse many fans of the Prince of Persia game franchise, but if you’ve been with Ubisoft’s games long enough, many people will no longer find it too strange. this time. For a long time, this publisher has been famous for the delay, delaying the launch time of many super products. Typically, last March, blockbuster The Settlers was delayed, and in July, the same thing happened with Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. This year alone, Ubisoft has delayed the release of two more games, Skull and Bones and Beyond Good and Evil 2. Therefore, the Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time Remake project will certainly still be completed. good, but when it’s released is up to Ubisoft.