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Prince Of Persia Remake To Be Revealed This Week, Insiders Claim

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Prince Of Persia Remake To Be Revealed This Week, Insiders Claim

The long-rumoured Prince Of Persia remake is set to be revealed at a Ubisoft event later this week, industry insiders have claimed. Journalist Jason Schreier teased on a recent podcast that Ubisoft is planning to unveil the new game during its next Forward presentation on September 10th.

This would be the first time we've seen the prince back in action since 2013's Prince Of Persia reboot failed to bring the franchise back to life in any significant way. The most prevalent rumours of the last few months suggest that this alleged remake will be inspired by 2003's Sands Of Time which, for my money, remains the best one in the series.


This news comes just weeks after a listing for Prince Of Persia was spotted online for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Twitter user Ken Xyro managed to nab screenshots of the two separate listings that appeared on Guatemalan retailer Max, which pointed to a November 2020 release date for the game. Schreier then once again took to Twitter to confirm that the listings were accurate, meaning a September 10th reveal would be a no-brainer for Ubisoft.

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Topics: Prince of Persia, Ubisoft

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