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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is a work of historical interest to the game that brought the legendary Prince of Persia brand out of the hole where Prince of Persia 3D pushed it into the late 20th century. Many of us still perform SoT over and over again, and while it’s not just a fun adventure game, we were thrilled to announce the new version last year. Of course, after previewing the announcement, many people stopped seeing the graphics, and Ubisoft has already postponed processing several times. And the bad news seemed to be over, because the publisher shared more not-so-fun information.
As many wondered if we could see anything from Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time edition on Ubisoft Forward scheduled for Saturday, the publisher released an official statement on TwitterTo dispel doubts or distract fans. In the original post below, the developers thanked players for their support and enthusiasm, but they have not yet been able to bring the game to E3-timed Forward. Ubisoft said development is progressing well, a lot of progress has been made since last year’s highly criticized presentation, and the goal is for the game to be available in 2022. However, it’s not in a position to appear on E3 or in private broadcasts. by the publisher.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was released in 2003 and the new version is being developed by Ubisoft Mumbai and Ubisoft Pune, Indian studios. The game’s handling was originally supposed to arrive on January 21, 2021, but at the end of last year, its premiere was pushed back to mid-March of this year and then indefinitely. We hope you can get it in a condition that makes it accessible to everyone
By the way, a lot of people asked that if they’d been preparing for that long, they’d be remakes of the two sequels, Warrior Within and The Two Thrones, in the meantime, and there were even those who asked in a comment if they’d prefer to keep Ubisoft in 2008 anyway Run highly criticized by fans.
This week, Ubisoft Forward takes place from 9pm on Saturday, June 12th.