A new developer has been tasked with working on the Prince of Persia Remake, a similar development to the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
The development of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake took a dramatic turn when Ubisoft announced another studio would take on the project. Yet, this change may be the best way to save a game that has faced several delays and setbacks. The latest change shows that Ubisoft wants to turn back the clock on this game to make sure it comes out in the proper form. In the same way, Final Fantasy VII Remake turned itself around to become its success.
Ubisoft Montreal Taking Charge:It’s not good news for Prince of Persia fans to learn they will have to wait even longer as the development of the game has moved from Ubisoft Pune and Mumbai to Ubisoft Montreal, the team that created the Sands of Time trilogy. Announced alongside a gameplay trailer in September 2020, the remake was initially assumed to release in January 2021 and was even available for pre-order at the time. However, after being delayed to March 2021.
The present status of the Prince of Persia sounds troubling. As changing engineers could prompt a more promising time to come for the title. Initially, Square Enix re-appropriated the undertaking to CyberConnect2. After being developed for a long time, Square Enix was not happy with the nature of CyberConnect2’s vision for the change and chose to assume command over improvement itself in 2017.
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