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What happened to Beyond Good and Evil 2 after Ubisoft’s cancellations and delays?

Ubisoft is in a very delicate moment. The company recently announced the cancellation of 3 unannounced projects, in addition to the four already announced in July 2022. In 2022 they canceled Splinter Cell VR, Ghost Recon: Frontline and 2 unannounced. At the same time, Ubisoft was delaying Skull and Bones once again. This adds a total of 5 games unannounced and two announced.

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Beyond Good and Evil 2, originally announced in 2009, has been missing since the announcement of the new cinematic trailer at E3 2018. This is a VERY highly anticipated video game for fans. michael ancel, director of the original game, directs the sequel. It promises a sprawling open world populated by a “multiethnic and multicultural human society in a remote solar system“.

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Beyond Good and Evil 2: all about Ubisoft's revolutionary space pirate adventure RPG

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This lost gem might have been one of the canceled or delayed projects, but it has managed to dodge all the bullets. Ubisoft has revealed to PCGamesN that the development of Beyond Good and Evil 2 It has not been affected by the company’s turnaround.

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Development of Beyond Good and Evil 2 is well underway and the team is working hard to deliver on its ambitious promise.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 has been described as a action-adventure RPG It can be played solo or cooperatively. Exploration of exotic planets and combat will be the essence of the experience. Ubisoft Montpellier defined the world as an open solar system that promises an online mode without limits or interruptions.

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The launch will take place from 2023, although Ubisoft has not set a specific date or the platforms on which it will be available. It is very likely that this year we will have information, especially considering that the 20th anniversary of the original game is celebrated.

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