Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake (opens in new tab) was declared in 2020 with a 2021 delivery date, which in the long run became 2022, and afterward 2023. Today Ubisoft repeated the experience, saying that it is “done focusing on a FY23 discharge.”
The Ubisoft articulation was provoked by bits of gossip (opens in new tab) that the task had been dropped, prodded by reports that Gamestop and Amazon had quit taking preorders for the game, and had even delisted it for certain stages. The Sands of Time Remake has clearly battled, yet the planning of the reputed retraction was odd: It came only a month after Ubisoft declared that improvement had been moved from its studios in Pune and Mumbai to Ubisoft Montreal (opens in new tab), something it probably wouldn’t mess with in the event that the game was that near scratch-off.
Adequately sure, Ubisoft affirmed that the Montreal studio is as yet dealing with it. “We’re pleased with the work accomplished by Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mumbai, and Ubisoft Montreal will profit from their learnings as the new group will proceed with the work to convey an incredible revamp,” a rep said. “As an outcome, we are done focusing on a FY23 discharge any longer and the game has been delisted.
“If players wish to cancel their preorder they are invited to contact their retailer. They will be updated on the project as the development is moving along.”