Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake has been indefinitely delayed by Ubisoft. The title was originally scheduled to release next month.
“Since announcing Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake in September, we saw an outpouring of feedback from you on this beloved franchise,” reads a statement from the dev team. “It is your passion and support that is driving our development teams to make the best game possible. With that said, we have made the decision to shift the release date for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake to a later date. This extra development time will enable our teams to deliver a remake that feels fresh while reaming faithful to the original.”
This isn’t the first delay to strike the highly anticipated game. Last year, Ubisoft pushed the game from a January to a March release date, citing development issues caused by the ongoing pandemic.
The remake was first announced in September, although the graphics in its reveal trailer left a lot to be desired. It’s unclear what exactly the latest delay is intended to fix – but we’re sure many fans are hoping Ubisoft takes time to rework the dated visual effects.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake no longer has a release date.
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Jon Bitner is an Associate Editor for TheGamer. His passion for gaming started with his first console (Sega Genesis) and he hasn’t stopped playing since. His favorite titles include The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Team Fortress 2, Rainbow Six Siege, Pokémon Sword & Shield, Old School Runescape, Skyrim, and Breath of the Wild. He can usually be found playing the latest RPG, FPS, or some obscure mobile game. Before working as Associate News Editor, Jon earned a Biology degree and worked in the Biotechnology sector — experiences that taught him how to put words together and make sentences. When not playing or writing about the gaming industry, he enjoys sleeping, eating, and staring at birds.
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