B-Ubisoft Decided to unveil their first comprehensive remake of a game from the past - the legendary Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, which has met with resistance and a cold shoulder from the very first moment
The transmitterUbisoft The new French distributor's forward has provided us with news about new content for some of its popular creations (those born and continuing to live under the controversial Game as a Service School) and also some announcements of brand new games - with the highlight being a prestigious comeback for Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, the beloved platform and action game from 2003 which gave a new and very successful life to an old and somewhat tired brand.
Rumors of the intriguing remake accompanied us online during the two weeks prior to the gaming event, and indeed we received a number of videos that allow us to be impressed by the project - with a launch plan for PCs and consoles.Xbox One and the-Playstation 4 January 21, 2021. Reason for party? According to initial responses that can be found across the web, not so much.
The announcement video features a number of short gameplay clips (in early alpha configuration, worth clarifying) and pre-made scripted clips - and none of them impress over the information, with very basic animations, rich and sharp textures and primitive static effects of illumination and shading. Has all this justified a gift of almost 18 years since the source came to us, somewhere in the heyday of thePlaystation 2?
Activision (Activision, or Activision Blizzard to be exact) has proven to us that there is great interest in comprehensive remake versions of classics from the past with the comebacks of Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon and also Tony Hawk's Pro Skater which were all accurately and respectably rebuilt and enjoyed great success. Honor also for the remake of Resident Evil 2 by Capcom) - but the emphasis here is on appreciating and understanding what made the sources unique and keeping it alongside updating the peripherals so that they wink at a new era of hardware and actors, and it seems that the prevailing opinion is that people UviSoft Missed the target big time.
The teaser videos revealed to us show bizarre changes to the appearance of the prince, the protagonist of the game series, and to the appearance of Princess Farah, who also has a major role in the plot - and especially not particularly impressive overall visual quality that feels more like a slightly improved remaster. The early.
Ubisoft has a few more months to fix this problematic initial impression, but it's a little hard to believe it's going to make a visual revolution that will be appropriate for 2021 instead of 2015 at this time - we can only hope that no less significant (and probably even more) significant elements like The plot and gameplay will be refined in the remake version, and thus will be able to appease the gamers. what do you think? Let's talk about it in the comments.