Beyond Good & Evil 2: Not-So-Good Signs From Ubisoft’s CEO!

We were already afraid about Splinter Cell (we discussed it yesterday), but now, Yves Guillemot, the CEO of Ubisoft, talked about Beyond Good & Evil 2 as well.

Let’s see what the French head of Ubisoft told IGN: „I spoke with Michel Ancel last week about it to see where it was going; how we should move in one or another direction. We see the potential of this universe and it is fantastic, and Michel is really passionate [about it]. It’s going to be fantastic, I think.”

This comment has a few problems. First off, this „another direction.” It could mean that the game might get some content removed, which wouldn’t be surprising – we’re talking about Ubisoft, who previously downgraded their games massively after their E3 outings (just think of The Division and Watch Dogs). Also, the game might be rewritten, which also happened a few times in the gaming industry (before 2016’s DOOM, there was Doom 4 up to about 2012 or 13, if you remember).

Beyond Good & Evil 2 (which is significantly different from the first game, going by what we have seen so far…) has no release date yet, which is why it’s likely a next-gen game, meaning aside from the PC, it might hit the next generation PlayStation and Xbox platforms.

Source: GameSpot

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