Ubisoft’s remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, initially deliberate for launch in 2021 however delayed a number of occasions, has been successfully rebooted with Ubisoft Montreal taking up improvement from Ubisoft Pune. The Sands of Time remake is now “currently in the conception phase,” based on a brand new developer Q&A and FAQ posted by Ubisoft on Wednesday.
On Twitter, the official Prince of Persia account famous that The Sands of Time remake gained’t be at June’s Ubisoft Forward showcase, “but fear not: it’s very much alive.” It’s simply, once more, in an “early stage” of improvement.
“In terms of the development stage, we’re in conception right now,” producer Jean-Francois Naud mentioned in an in-house interview with colleagues at Ubisoft. “Since we took over the project, we’ve been looking at feedback from the community and finding our own way of delivering the game. Now, we’re building up the team, defining the priorities, putting prototypes together, testing elements, and looking at how we can include community feedback in the development as well. It’s still in an early stage, and players should not expect to hear more about the game this year, but rest assured that we’re all putting our strengths and heart into this project.”
The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake doesn’t have a launch date, and Ubisoft has canceled current pre-orders of the game.
Ubisoft introduced its Sands of Time remake in September 2020, and anticipated to launch the game on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One early the next 12 months. The remake was rapidly, however briefly delayed, and later delayed indefinitely earlier than Ubisoft took on the duty of ranging from scratch. Ubisoft has not introduced which platforms the rebooted remake will seem on.
The authentic Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was launched in 2003 on Game Boy Advance, GameDice, PlayStation 2, Windows PC, and Xbox. It was developed by Ubisoft Montreal.