There are some video game titles that are considered to be in “limbo” meaning we know they’re out there, but for one reason or another they’re not getting made, or they aren’t advancing as they should. One of these was Beyond Good & Evil 2. A game that has been rumored to be in development for over a decade. But now, Ubisoft has revealed during their E3 Press Conference that the game is really, REALLY, coming, and even had a trailer to prove it.
The game will take place in a time before the birth of the original game’s main character Jade. It is set in System 3 in the 24th century, and you are part of a society that is being controlled by corporations. You are a pirate who is fighting for not only resources to survive, but for freedom of your friends and people.
Ubisoft says that the games solar system is massive, can be explored by yourself or with friends, and will be a truly seamless environment. Though there’s no release date yet, this should encourage long-time fans to be happy, for the game they’ve wanted to badly is going to happen.
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