For years we have been discussing the release of Beyond Good & Evil 2, one of those games whose fate is closely linked to the new development cycle.
In development at Ubisoft Montpellier (authors of a Assassin’s Creed much loved) the game, however, suffered a major setback due to the farewell of the historical creator, Michel Ancel.
Ancel has decided to retire from the video game industry, following some particularly unpleasant incidents reported in the workplace.
In early July Ubisoft Montpellier revealed that it was still working on both Beyond Good & Evil 2 than on another game not yet announced.
Now, go ResetEra, it emerged that on the official website the second chapter of the franchise of Beyond Good & Evil will no longer be released on older generation consoles, as previously announced.
Among the official platforms are in fact PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S and of course PC, thus excluding PS4 and Xbox One.
The sequel to the game released way back in 2003 does not yet have a release date, but it was initially confirmed as being released for the last generation PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Surely, the continuous delays will have led the French publisher to review its strategy, planning a release only on next-gen platforms.
It is also true that, based on the latest information leaked in recent days, Ubisoft would be planning a sort of “new reveal”.
In fact, it seems that most likely a version of the game never seen before is in the works, probably significantly different from what little that has been shown.
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