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Ubisoft: “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is not cancelled”

Believe it or not, it has been over 2 years since a remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was announced by Ubisoft. The game has been officially confirmed for a release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and there are rumors of a Nintendo Switch version on the way.

What has been unfortunate, however, has been the development hell that the game has been going through. There hasn’t been a lot of information on the game as of late, and it has even been delayed a few times over the past year and a half.

It is getting to the point that fans are now worried that the game is going to be cancelled, if it hasn’t already happened. Because of this, Ubisoft has updated the FAQ section for the game to mention that the “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is not cancelled. The game is currently in development at Ubisoft Montréal”.


10 thoughts on “Ubisoft: “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is not cancelled””

      1. How could I remember it: Ubisoft has been so silent about the project, you’d have to actively check in on it’s just to remember it exists.

        And my English teacher would be mad if she read that sentence 😹

        1. Alright I’ll admit the last time I thought about this was way back in the summer where they made an article about it still coming to the switch, oh and try to not to be hard on yourself with English online, we all get the message even if we accidentally make errors and autocorrects, this ain’t one of those sites where you lose an argument due to a misspell.

    1. Well of course. The first thing that will kill a game is if it is still talked about after announcement and it is delayed and still talked about. Expectations continue to grow at that point making it a big let down.

  1. I haven’t brought an Ubisoft game since 2015 (watch dogs on wii u). If they can’t even port splinter cell or watch dogs to switch, then I don’t care about Ubisoft.

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