Ubisoft has sadly confirmed one other Prince of Persia Remake delay, stating that it’s “no longer targeting a FY23 release” in a press release to IGN. The 2023 fiscal 12 months ends on June 30, 2023, so the game may nonetheless arrive within the latter half of subsequent 12 months, however Ubisoft has not given an up to date launch window for the remake. The official announcement of the delay comes after retailers like GameStop started delisting pre-orders for the game.

Ubisoft responds to sudden pre-order cancellations for Prince of Persia Remake

Ubisoft reassures followers that the Prince of Persia remake has not truly been canceled and that the game’s growth by Ubisoft Montreal goes nicely after being transferred from Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mombai. The writer states:

The growth of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake will now be led by Ubisoft Montreal. We’re proud of the work achieved by Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mumbai, and Ubisoft Montreal will profit from their learnings as the brand new workforce will proceed the work to ship an ideal remake.

As a consequence, we’re not focusing on a FY23 launch anymore and the game has been delisted. If gamers want to cancel their preorder they’re invited to contact their retailer. They will likely be up to date on the mission as the event is shifting alongside.

At the time of this writing, GameStop not has an official entry for the Prince of Persia remake. Amazon nonetheless has a web page for the game however marks it as “currently unavailable” for each PS4 and Xbox One. As such, pre-ordering the game is not attainable on both website (other than this strange entry on Amazon for the digital code on Xbox Series X).

This assertion comes after anonymous sources compiled by Substack newsletter 0451 Games claimed that Ubisoft had mishandled the manufacturing of the remake. They say that the event groups in India have been solely given a 10-page design doc and had little oversight from Ubisoft till the largely downvoted debut trailer of the game launched in September 2020.

In different information, PS5 sales have passed 20 million with Sony promising increased console production, and Guerrilla Games is working on a Horizon Forbidden West VRR update.

[Source: IGN]