According to the same source that earlier leaked the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time remake months before Ubisoft officially announced it, there is also an additional Prince of Persia game that is currently in the stages of development that will be rebooting the franchise.
The Prince of Persia series has already been running for several decades, although it has taken a little bit of a backseat in recent times. Instead, Ubisoft focuses on bigger open-world super hits, like the Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed series.
However, that trend changed this year. After months of speculation, it has been confirmed by Ubisoft that they were remaking Prince of Persia: Sands of Time at its Ubisoft Forward event in the month of September.
While the release of the remake has been confirmed for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in the month of January of the year 2021, there is a belief that it may also be coming to other platforms.
Now, even more, rumors have started swirling with regards to the Prince of Persia series. These brand new leaks allude to an entirely new game currently developed by Ubisoft.
Prince Of Persia Reboot Game In Development At Ubisoft
Redditor Mr_Aryan44 translated some essential info shared by Lazy Assassin, an Indian YouTuber from a Hindi-language video, in which he also states that “Ubisoft is currently working on a completely new PoP game that is not going to be a remake.”
The translation goes on to say that this particular game would include redesigned entirely graphics, something that the Sands of Time remake doesn’t have, and that it will “reboot the series.”
Do not expect this rumor to come to reality any time soon, and even if it ever does, though, as the YouTuber goes on to say that the release of this exclusive new Prince of Persia game will not come out until the year 2023 or the year 2024.”
While this could be hearsay and should be taken as such until Ubisoft confirms something official, it is worth noting that it was Lazy Assassin that correctly leaked the news of the Sands of Time remake three months before it was announced. This adds a certain, if very lenient, amount of credibility to his claims.
Until anything else comes to light about Ubisoft’s supposed reboot of the series, fans will at least have the chance to relive the classic Sands of Time game next month. So long as no one playing uses the Dagger of Time to take everyone back to the start of 2020…