Beyond Good and Evil 2 in Development Hell, May Be Canceled

In addition to good and evil 2 has been in development hell for years. The road has so far not been smooth, and if one is to believe the latest rumor, it is only going to get worse. According to VGC writer Tom Henderson, the game is “does not fit with Ubisoft’s future ambitions and goals with future titles.“Many people think that it is only a matter of time before it is canceled completely.

In addition to good and evil 2 has apparently “suffered a development crisis from a lack of creative direction” since it first went into development back in 2007. It had been in pre-production for a year before being approved by Ubisoft in 2008. Since then, In addition to good and evil 2 has changed direction. Originally intended as a sequel to In addition to good and evil, it was reworked to become a prequel – and in fact a completely different title. Unfortunately, things got worse when director Michel Ancel left the gaming industry amid allegations of toxic behavior.

Other issues that have surrounded the project included the use of Hindu images, the demand for a constant online internet connection and the controversial practice of using work from the external creative community without mentioning compensation for their efforts. Now Beyond Good and Evil 2s the main problem is that it “does not currently fit in with Ubisoft’s future ambitions and goals for future titles. “Its constant problems and descent into development hell have led some to name the project as Skull & Bones 2.0—refers to the second troubled Ubisoft game that has yet to see the light of day. In addition to good and evil 2 has not been canceled by Ubisoft, and Ubisoft Montpellier even recruited for development roles on the project as late as July. But “some developers think it’s a matter of time” before the inevitable happens and In addition to good and evil 2 is canceled forever.

Henderson added that he has found it difficult to confirm this information, so be sure to take the rumor with a grain of salt as always. Ubisoft has not yet commented on the rumors.

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