Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake, as it’s officially known, is the very first title created by Ubisoft India. It’s been made from the scratch with a new engine, re-recorded dialogue, and very specific new camera angles.
Prince of Persia is rolling back the clock. 17 years from the release of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Ubisoft has announced it’s first-ever full-fledged transition.
- Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mumbai worked on it for two whole years.
- It will be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One at €40 (costing Rs 3500).
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake would be out in January 2021.
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) September 10, 2020
But why are the gamers not liking the game ?
- The first very look at the game — be it trailer or screenshots — isn’t very appealing, in terms of graphics.
- For a title that uses the same engine as Assassin’s creed origin, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake looks wholly dissimilar.
- Basically, it looks like it belongs to the previous era, this is the concern shared by many publications and that of tweets.
While the maker came out stating that – Not only the tech would approach with the rewind features and all those things that needed to be worked on, but the artistic direction is intended to be entirely different from Assassin’s Creed Origins. They wanted the game to have a unique look, while the narration and storyline is a fantasy it is related to the medieval period. Basically, as it balls down that, it serves the purpose of the game, with a different lighting approach and variety of themes.
The trailer did not do enough justice to the graphics and the audience are hating it. Many of them took it to twitter.
— PlayStation da Depressão (@psdadepressao) September 11, 2020
After years of hoping and waiting for a reboot/new game for Prince of Persia. THIS, this is what they make out of it. It deserves better…
The PS3 PoP with cell-shading looks even better than this.
— ~Rainnell~ (@Rainnelll) September 10, 2020
— George (@GeorgeVenoclow) September 10, 2020
The game director, Sylvain Gires, told that they tried everything from scratch as none of the files were usable because of the engine. Only time can tell ki audience ko acha lagta hai ki nahi, so let’s wait for the release.