Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still in development, despite all the potential for death, as it just got a new lead writer.
Beyond Good and Evil 2, the supposedly upcoming sequel to the cult classic, hasn''t been exactly smooth development. In 2020 the game''s director Michel Ancel was no longer in charge of the game until the re-reveal in 2017, but Ubisoft did say it was still in use. And that appears to be true, as the game recently took on a new lead writer.
Sarah Arellano, who has done so for Blizzard and Volition, has announced the announcement via her personal Twitter account, which is the most we''ve seen in the past year.
Sarah, who is one of the latest recruits in Beyond Good and Evil 2, is very happy," a Ubisoft spokesperson told PC Gamer via email. "The development team is really hard to put on the task."
Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still in development, although no surprise is present as a result of a formal announcement recently, but Ubisoft hasn''t done well recently, despite the fact that some of the disappointment comes from.
Last month, the developer and publisher canceled Ghost Recon: Frontline, Splinter Cell VR, and two other titles that hadn''t even been announced. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been delayed until Ubisoft''s fiscal year 2023, and it has reportedly delayed a fresh Assassin''s Creed, which reportedly stars Valhalla''s Basim.
Tencent is looking to raise its share in Ubisoft, according to reports, with discussions starting in May.
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