Prince of Persia: The Sand of Times remake, a new edition of this iconic action-adventure video game, is going to be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC on January 21, 2021. Ubisoft brings back one of the most popular titles and now it is officially launched before some leaks about the game made out on the internet. The company notes that Ubisoft’s first full-length rebooted, rather than remaster or remake, is the latest edition of The Sands of Time. The original game has been reconstructed by Ubisoft Pune & Ubisoft Mumbai from the core using the latest Ubisoft AnvilNext Technology, which includes new motion capture animations, different skills, and improvements for modern gameplay.
The Sands of Time Remake also reflects the original, however, with the same gameplay. Do not foresee a detailed reimagination such as the latest Final Fantasy 7 Remake. However, the company aims to develop the camera control and battle system in order to improve these elements from its 2008 versions. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is also Ubisoft Pune & Ubisoft Mumbai’s first big release. The Sands of Time Remake becomes the very first moment in the limelight of leading products as the two developers had already been supporting in titles such as Just Dance and Steep.
The statements by Ubisoft will come at a moment of acrimony for the company, and will eventually take into account what media identify in the last decade as years of abuse, sexual assault, and bigotry. Now that it is brought to attention, the company has begun dealing with some of these problems. The CEO Yves Guillemot said in a second clip posted on Twitter before the event that “true progress will take time” new steps in diversity and inclusiveness were revealed.
As the Prince, Yuri Lowenthal takes up his role, while actress SupinderWraich now plays the role of Farah in replacement of Joanna Wasick (who, according to the critics, has not continued to act professionally after the first game). In the first, the two leaders were never really introduced or held in a recording stand, Gires said. With both Lownthall and Wraich working together, he said the Sands of Time Reboot could become the most famous storytelling for them to re-play the suspense and comet of the original with more passion, if it went as well he seemed to think it was.
According to Gires, the main overall improvement is the camera. “You can perfectly capture your fighting and your dungeon crawling with the free camera,” he said. I don’t remember fighting in the first version with the camera, but I undoubtedly did because at the time cameras and fighting on 3D platforms barely had much recognition. In this respect, a combat aiming system and difficulty levels have also been introduced. The creator sought to recreate the balance between the original and the normal difficulty, but both a “plot mode” and a hard mode will be available too. In this particular scenario, “You need to be very careful about the movements you use,” Koul said.
Patrice Désilets was in charge of the main Sands of Time, and then he goes on to direct the very first Assassin’s Creed game prior to leaving Ubisoft in 2010. Désilets recently led Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey at his own studio, Panache Computer Games. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is expected to be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC for about $39.99 on January 21, 2021. It will also be available for Xbox series X / S and PlayStation 5 too.