Ubisoft can also work on Prince of Persia reboot

The same source reported the reboot, which had also previously leaked the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time remake months before the big unveiling.

In September of this year, at the Ubisoft Forward event, it was also officially announced that a remake of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, originally released in 2003, was in the works, although the materials presented at the time did not blur the fans of the series. We’ve been starving for a new Prince of Persia for a long time, after all, the last full-fledged part of The 2010 was Forgotten Sands in the series, and since then, we’ve only got a mobile game in 2018 called Prince of Persia: Escape.

Over the past ten years, Ubisoft has moved into a poor prince’s parking lot focused more on other franchises, the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry series. However, it could easily be coming back from there soon.

According to the latest rumors, the French are working hard on a Prince of Persia reboot. A Reddit user named Mr_Aryan44 has translated a video of Lazy Assassin, an Indian YouTuber, about (also) an entirely new episode of Prince of Persia being made, which will no longer be a remake this time around. Months before the unveiling of the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time remake, Lazy Assassin reported on reheating the 2003 game, so with some doubt, of course, but it’s worth paying attention to what she has to say.

According to him, only the development of the new Prince of Persia is still at a very early stage, currently Ubisoft is busy with a complete redesign of the game mechanics. The release is expected to be around 2023-2024 at the earliest, so don’t expect a reboot in the near future.

Certainly many would be happy if a new Prince of Persia game was really made in the background, we have been waiting a very long time for the prince to return. If that really happens, then only Sam Fisher should finally be brought back someday. It was painfully long ago in 2013 when Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist was released.