Ubisoft has been criticized by many for not wanting to do anything with the Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell series as well, even though they could already have a new episode or reboot. The remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time does come true, of course, but it has released the publisher’s characters in other games as cameos. So will the All-Star Blast, which you can preview below.
All-Star Blast is similar to some Nintendo games, but also similar to the legendary Bombermans, meaning the primary objective is to trap and blast our comrades on a simple but wide path, from above, taking advantage of dead ends. Both special weapons and special powers are at our disposal to win. What’s new is that, like the royal family in battle, the map has become narrower, forcing players to get closer to each other and out the ultimate winner. 100 people can take part in the fight, so it’s really BR. Oh, and of course we can play with Ubisoft game characters, so we can control the hero of Prince of Persia, Sam Fisher, Ezio, Eiver from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Rayman or Rabbid, and Fenyx, the hero of the Immortals.
Ubisoft All-Star Blast is currently available to play for free on computers, mobile phones and tablets, who are interested You will find it here, on a platform called Ubisoft Nano. Anyway, we can just play with friends, create our own leaderboards, and get exceptional cosmetics by looking at an ad, so you don’t have to spend real money on this battle royale.
Ubisoft has been moving aggressively towards multiplayer lately: Riders Republic, which is gearing up for a massive online sports game, is coming, and recently announced Tom Clancy’s XDefiant, a fast-paced, multiplayer FPS game.