Type to search

Gaming News

Ubisoft Updates Fans On Beyond Good & Evil 2, Confirms It’s Still In Development

Ubisoft has offered an update on its upcoming action adventure role-playing game, Beyond Good & Evil 2, confirming that it is still in development.

The official Twitter/X account for Beyond Good & Evil 2 has confirmed that the game is still in development, and that the development team can’t wait for fans to discover more about Jade’s past in Beyond Good & Evil 20th Anniversary Edition.

Beyond good evil 2 development

Fans have been less hopeful about Beyond Good & Evil 2 seeing the light of day, with Ubisoft being completely silent about the game for some time. This update and the release of Beyond Good & Evil 20th Anniversary Edition are both reassuring that the publisher is still interested in continuing the series.

Ubisoft stated that Beyond Good & Evil 20th Anniversary Edition will be available digitally on June 25 at 5am UTC on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. It collaborated with Virtuos Games to develop the game, under the supervision of Ubisoft Montpellier. The digital version will be available for the price of $20. In addition to audiovisual upgrades, the game will feature Quality of Life improvements such as the ability to individually invert the X and Y camera axis, both for Jade, the Hovercraft and the Beluga. The new edition retains the same dubbed voices as the original: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Dutch, with localized texts available in Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Russian and Polish.

Previously, narrative designer Sarah Arellano, who had worked on Beyond Good & Evil 2 at one point, took to Twitter/X to share that she was removed from the development team when Ubisoft had changed the project’s directors. She further mentioned that Ubisoft had been outsourcing the writing staff for the game. Earlier rumors had suggested that the game had been in development crisis mode ever since Michael Ansel’s departure from Ubisoft in 2020.

Muhammad Ali Bari

Muhammad Ali Bari has a knack for covering reviews. He manages our content pipeline, creates timelines for scheduled editorial tasks, and helps us cover exciting content. In his spare time, he enjoys playing multiplayer games.

  • 1

You Might also Like