The long-awaited Beyond Good & Evil 2, which was announced last year, won’t be shown at this year’s upcoming E3. Series creator Michel Ancel made the announcement, confirming the absence of the game as he did not feel it would be the best time or place to show off progress. However, it looks like an official reveal will be coming at some point later in the year.
“Not sure that E3 would be the best place to showcase Bg&e2,” Ancel said on Instagram. “But we’re working on the game so sometime this year, you should hear about it!”
Since Ubisoft confirmed that the game was in development, very little information has been given out. What we do know is that Ancel is splitting development time between Beyond Good & Evil 2 and his PS$ exclusive game Wild.
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