Beyond Good & Evil 2: Should be stuck in Ubisoft in the development degrees
It is now over four years that Ubisoft has followed with Beyond Good and Evil 2 the desire of many fans and officially made a successor to the original from 2003. While after the announcement, updates have been developed after the announcement, it has recently been true to the project lately. According to Industrie-insider Tom Henderson, Beyond Good and Evil 2 is currently internally located in a crisis. Thus, it seems to be missing the game — after the exit of Creative Director Michael Angel near Ubisoft — to creative management.
In a series of tweets, Tom Henderson also writes that Beyond Good and Evil 2 does not fit the current plans of Ubisoft. The focus of the publisher is currently mainly live service games and free-to-play titles, which are supplied with new content over a longer period of time. Some sources of insider even believe that it is only a matter of time until the project is set by Ubisoft. Officially, the game is still in development. By the way, Beyond Good and Evil 2 is not the only title that has problems struggling. The development of Skull and Bones does not smooth at the Publisher and should have been completely restarted in 2020 (we reported).
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