Ubisoft says that Beyond Good & Evil 2 is one of its most ambitious projects to date

Ubisoft says that Beyond Good & Evil 2 is one of its most ambitious projects to date

The French company Ubisoft has a multitude of video games on its hands whose development has been maintained without too many developments in recent times. One of them is the sequel to Beyond Good & Evil, which was announced in 2016 and has hardly shown anything since then, with all the rumor mill that this implies. Now, in that sense, Ubisoft says that Beyond Good & Evil 2 is one of its most ambitious projects to date, which would explain the delay in being available and even offering new details. This has been made known in a publication that the only thing you are looking for is a new employee for development.

“Take ownership of the quality of the animations and the functionality of the game systems in one of the most ambitious Ubisoft projects to date,” says the Ubisoft Barcelona tweet that you can see just above these lines. It is a job offer for the Senior Gameplay Animator position at Ubisoft’s Barcelona subsidiary, one of many supporting the main studio in charge of Beyond Good & Evil 2 development, Ubisoft Montpellier. The French company speaks of a ambition we can’t even begin to perceiveWell, for years we have not seen anything of a title as expected as almost forgotten by a good part of the general public.

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Beyond Good & Evil 2, at least according to the information offered years ago, is a prequel to the original title that takes us to the 24th century and in which we are the leaders of a pirate ship that battle against all major corporations who seek to monopolize the management of resources. While Ubisoft talks about this game as one of the most ambitious projects in its history, we are still waiting for new details about a work that, six years after its official announcement, still does not have an expected release date. We do not expect it in the short term.

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