Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time initially launched in 2003 for PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, and PC. Kyle Hilliard thought-about it to be an essential game due to its tight parkour controls, flashy fight, and time-bending mechanics/narrative. A remake was announced in September throughout a Ubisoft press convention with Ubisoft Pune and Mumbai slated to go the sport’s improvement. Sadly, the remake has been delayed – nonetheless, you will not have to attend lengthy as the discharge has solely been pushed again two months.
A message from The Sands of Time dev staff was posted to Twitter at present stating, “we needed to let you already know that we’re taking extra time to work on the sport…we consider that that is the suitable name to make sure we’ll ship a sport you’ll get pleasure from.”
The final Prince of Persia installment dropped over a decade in the past. Ubisoft has since shifted gears to deal with its acclaimed Murderer’s Creed franchise in addition to tactical shooters like The Division and Rainbow Six: Siege. Despite the fact that the delay is likely to be deflating to some followers, it is good to know that The Sands of Time Remake shall be playable very quickly.
The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake was initially deliberate for a January 2021 launch however the delay pushes the launch date to March 18, 2021. You can play the sport on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $40. There aren’t any plans to launch next-gen particular variations of the sport, however you can play in your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Sequence X/S by means of backwards compatibility.