Beloved PS2 Game 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' is Coming Back for 2021

screenshot from The Prince of Persia

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time used to be launched long ago in 2003. It used to be some of the first video games that truly confirmed off the brand new era of hardware (PS2 technology), enabling clean and fascinating gameplay that hadn’t truly been conceivable sooner than. It’s nonetheless fondly remembered as of late—fondly sufficient that Ubisoft will likely be bringing it again in remastered shape subsequent yr.

Ubisoft made the announcement the day gone by, all the way through its Ubisoft Ahead presentation. The brand new recreation is popping out January 21st. And it is a complete remake, no longer only a remaster—it looks as if the whole thing’s been redone from the bottom up, following the battle, stage design, and tale of the unique recreation, however another way together with all new components. It’ll be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, without a phrase on next-gen consoles.

The unique Sands of Time used to be the second one 3-d reincarnation of Prince of Persia, after a lackluster strive at the PC/Dreamcast. It’s regarded as a vintage, well weaving time-bending gameplay into each precarious platforming and leading edge, multi-enemy melee battle. The tale used to be additionally uncommonly excellent for the time, with critics and avid gamers praising the expressive Prince hero and his dynamic love hobby Farah. Later entries within the collection by no means reached the similar stage of acclaim, and the final time a 3-d recreation within the collection used to be launched used to be in 2010.

The entire visible components of the sport had been enhanced in each technical and design phrases, however those that need to see the unique (and slightly cartoony) costumes and guns will wish to pre-order the sport.

Supply: Ubisoft by the use of Engadget

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