Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time Updates: The remakes of “The Division” and “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time” will not appear at Ubisoft’s upcoming E3 press conference. Ubisoft is looking forward to the next event on Saturday and is beginning to confirm what will and will not be there. But probably “The Tom Clancy IP” project may appear and replace The Division.
Due to strong opposition, the remake of “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time” was postponed earlier this year. Many people find that the game looks more like a normal remake than a real remake.
Ubisoft has moved the game’s release date from early 2021 to 2022. However, it seems that Ubisoft is not ready to show the game again.
Ubisoft confirmed on Twitter that the remake of “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time” will not appear at Ubisoft’s Saturday event, which means it may receive some very dramatic reviews.
Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time Remake
“Prince of Persia” is expected to be released in April. So, it’s not since 2022. Even more disappointing news is that Ubisoft has confirmed that “The Division” and other projects in the franchise will not receive any updates about the show. A new Tom Clancy PVP game that seems to combine Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and The Division has been leaked, so it may appear, but it is not yet clear.
What Ubisoft will show at the event is still unknown. Games like Far Cry 6 may have some advanced demos or game trailers, but Ubisoft cleaned the camera before their show to avoid some other commercials. Ubisoft seems likely to focus on many new games, such as the aforementioned The Division/Splinter Cell PVP.
The company previously mentioned that it was not very noticeable during the holidays because it switched to more free projects, such as The Division Heartland, so “Far Cry 6” and “Rainbow Six Extraction” are likely to be the important release of the studio.
If there is no plan other than the Prince of Persia to talk about what will happen after 2021, this is likely to be a relatively low-key demonstration of E3.
There are also games like Beyond Good and Evil 2 that have been useless for a long time. Ubisoft is developing Star Wars and Avatar games, so there must be exciting things on the horizon, but it all depends on whether they are ready to demonstrate.
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